Google's virtual reality painting tool, Tilt Brush, is available as Oculus's new standalone Quest headset. Thanks to Quest's mobile controller, your app should work in a similar way to Oculus Rift. Google said it must make several adjustments to make it run on Quest's mobile processor, but Tilt Brush is already available on HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and Windows Mixed Reality headsets.
Tilt Brush, first launched on HTC Vive in 2016, soon became the mainstream headset demo. It's easy to draw the basic 3D structure, but a few years later the artist has drawn a nice piece in the app. The Quest version of the tilt brush will support uploading to Poly, Google's online 3D object library, and you can choose to share your work or create something else.
Google will release the Tilt Brush for the Oculus quest this spring, and Facebook is not yet officially released, but the Quest headset itself is expected to be released. We did not release pricing for the new version of the app, but if it is currently purchased at the Oculus Store (currently retail for $ 19.99), the purchase must be transferred to the new headset.