Tilt Brush-style Creation Tool ‘CoolPaintrVR’ Lands on PSVR, Launch Trailer Here

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The PlayStation VR platform is understandably heavy on games, but PSVR owners now have a paint program all their own that appears to be very similar to Google’s Tilt Brush (2016), the art program that supports Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.

Update (05/08/18): Although ‘CoolPaintr VR’ was first expected to arrive on PSVR sometime during holiday season 2017, the Tilt Brush-style paint tool is now available starting today on PSN for $20.

The original article follows below.

Original article (10/05/17): Created by Spain-based studio WildBit Studios, CoolPaintrVR features a number of paintbrushes and tools including the ability to mirror your work and even use a reference image while in VR.

Just like Tilt Brush, CoolPaintrVR lets you choose any color to create with, although it’s missing some of Tilt Brush’s cooler tools like real-time effects, and it also doesn’t appear to have the ability to infinitely zoom your creations, a tool which allows Rift and Vive owners to create extremely detailed works. There isn’t a full list of tools out there yet, so we’ll just have to wait and see.

As for launch date, WildBit says they’re “aiming for Christmas season,” and the price is still being discussed (see update above).

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  • David Wilhelm

    Scaling is briefly shown in the video.

    • drd7of14

      Yeah, I noticed it too.

  • Nate Vander Plas

    Wow, one of the most useless promo videos! One measly in-app shot after a bunch of useless type. With all the shots of lines going around buildings (which is clearly done in a traditional 3D program, not their drawing app) I thought maybe you could use photogrammetry models of cities and draw around them. Nope. Just marketing B.S. And the globe drawing looks cool, but they cut away from that to some Photoshopped image? Maybe this is a great app, but the video certainly doesn’t show it.

  • hugorune

    This is probably the most stupid advertisement video ever. Boring color bands fly through well know cities. At the end, the planet earth looks somehow like covered wirh paint. This tells me – what?