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InGamePaint

This is a simple 3D painting application, focused on VR painting with the HTC Vive Headset.

The project was developed as a project at Reutlingen University and is in an early state. It can be controlled via mouse input (MouseBrush.cs) or via an HTC Vive controller (VrBrush.cs).

VR-Demonstration:

Installation

Painting with a mouse

Open Assets/InGamePaint/Scenes/PlanceCanvas.unity. The instructions will be displayed on screen once you run the scene.

Painting with an HTC Vive

  • Go to Edit > Project Settings > Player and expand the the "PC, Mac & Linux Standalone" Tab. Look for "Other Settings" and "Virtual Reality SDKs". Move the OpenVR SDK to the top of the list.
  • Open Assets/InGamePaint/Scenes/VrPlanceCanvas.unity and run the scene. On the tip of the right controller is a brush. Touch the canvas with it to paint. On the left controller is a palette to mix colors. Paint buckets can be grabbed with the grip buttons of both controllers. Brush and color presets can be applied by touching them with the brush tip.
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