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Creating graffiti in VR looks so real, you can almost smell the fumes

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If virtual reality has taught us anything in its short time as a consumer product, it's that painting in thin air is magical. Now here comes Kingspray Graffiti Simulator VR to remind us that 2D painting can be pretty amazing as well.


The app already exists in non-VR form, but here it is running on an HTC Vive. It's neat to see how standing in the 3D space matters even when you're painting on a flat surface. Your virtual can's distance from the wall influences how much the spray disperses before it sets.


It's the sense of authenticity that sells this app more than anything, from the photorealistic play space to the apparent abundance and flexibility of features. You can learn more on Kingspray's website. Read more...


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