Google launches Tilt Brush 'artist in residency' VR art initiative

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The landscape of cutting-edge art, usually limited to traditional multimedia, audio and visual hacks, is undergoing a major shift with the advent of virtual reality art tools like Oculus Medium and Quill

Now, one of the earliest players in the space, Google’s VR paint-meets-sculpting app Tilt Brush, has launched what it calls an “artist in residency” program to push VR art even further into the mainstream of creative expression. 

We saw the first hints of such a program last year in France, where Google trained a small group of artists in the ways of VR art. The new program is much bigger and boasts over 60 artists, including New Yorker cartoonist Bob Mankoff, The Little Mermaid animator Glen Keane, Justin Roiland, the co-creator of Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty, and Susan Kare, well known as the graphic designer behind the interface icons and fonts for Apple’s Mac computers back in the ’80s.  Read more…

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Source: Mashable

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