Virtual Reality interactions are being taken to the next level, thanks to a new VR app from London based startup called Gravity Sketch.
This new VR app lets you draw almost anything, anywhere and at anytime, as long as you are connected to your own personal VR device, like the Oculus Rift, or HTC Vive.
What this means is that, you can now directly create 3D sketches and other art pieces without the need for any special tools or softwares like CAD, among others.
This new innovation can be seen as a natural progression of the Microsoft Holoportation System, which in itself is a great way of interacting with Virtual Reality environments.
The foundation for this system was initially laid by the company back in 2014, but due to hardware restrictions, it took a lot of time to get off from the ground.
But now that the company has ditched it’s hardware ambitions, this system has become a simple app, which can be installed on your computers with ease.
Once up and running, you can then plug in the VR setup, and use the hand held remotes as different types of drawing and sketching tools.
Obviously, it will take some time to get used to this new type of stimulus, but we have already seen it getting fruitful results in various experiments.
If you are one of the people that can make even better use of this framework, then you can go to the Gravity Sketch Kickstarter Page, and book the app for just $30.
The hope is that this money will be used to complete the remaining work on the app, which will then be released to the general public in the beginning of 2017.