Oisoi Studio has released the ‘Spring Refresh’ update for Painting VR. The headline changes, according to the development team, include the addition of Sitting and Zero Gravity modes, giving users even more flexibility and comfort while painting.
Painting VR puts you in an artist studio with an unlimited supply of paint. The aim of Oisoi Studio was to create materials so lifelike, you’ll forget you’re in a virtual world. You can choose your preferred size canvas, a wide selection of brushes and inspiring tools.
The experience is designed to be very hands-on, easy to understand, and aimed at all ages. You can play around and feel the relaxing satisfaction of putting copious amounts of fresh paint on a canvas. First, teach yourself the basics of colours and the painting process. As you gain more experience, you’ll steadily master the art of composition.
Painting VR ‘Spring Refresh’ Update
In addition to the new comfort options above, the latest Painting VR update includes a new Dry and Un-dry paint on canvas feature, which adds more control to the painting experience. In terms of visual upgrades, the update includes a complete overhaul of the user interface. New models for tools and furniture, an improved environment, and a new loading screen. The new file handler for paintings and references makes it easier to manage and organise files, while the new brush holders offer a more convenient way to store and access brushes.
The update also includes various UI and quality-of-life improvements, as well as backend enhancements to streamline future updates.
Painting VR is available now for Meta Quest, Meta Quest 2 and Meta Quest Pro. It’s also available on Steam for PC VR headsets, including Valve Index, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, Windows Mixed Reality.
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