Virtual reality artists using the Quill VR drawing app designed for the Oculus Rift and its Touch motion controllers. May be interested to learn that the new update has been rolled out to the virtual reality painting application adding a number of new features including animation tools.
Quill was first launched towards the end of 2016 and is a VR illustration and animation tool built to enable artists to create “final art” or as a production tool for concept creation and offers intuitive controls for expression and comfort for more extended periods of use. The new animation features added to Quill now allow artists to use time as a factor, enabling characters to move and perform in scenes and environments within Quill. Check out the video below to learn more about what you can expect from the new animation tools added to the Quill virtual reality drawing application.
The Quill drawing application was used to create the Emmy-nominated Dear Angelica, and with the new animation tools, Facebook says that production times can now be cut even further when compared to traditional 3D animation software. Facebook is also working on developing many more updates and features for the Quill which they will roll out in the near future. As soon as more details are announced, we will keep you up-to-date as always. For more information on the Quill VR drawing application jump over to the Oculus website by following the link below, where it is now available to purchase price to £22.
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