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3DBrush - Augmented Reality

Draw in augmented reality using three-dimensional photorealistic brushes

Draw in augmented reality using three-dimensional photorealistic brushes

3DBrush - Augmented Reality

by ILYA RIMCHIKOV
3DBrush - Augmented Reality
3DBrush - Augmented Reality

What is it about?

Draw in augmented reality using three-dimensional photorealistic brushes! Write something in the air around you or put a snake next to someone's feet, fix a leaking pipe by just drawing a new one (don't though), or add some cheese sauce to your favorite dish. 3DBrush has a variety of brush types: metal, wood, organic, fabric, man-made and the elements. First choose the size and distance, then draw with your fingers or by moving the phone itself: put your finger on the screen and use your hand instead. Or you could do both! Make videos, take photos and share them with friends!

App Details

Version
1.3
Rating
(3114)
Size
72Mb
Genre
Photo & Video
Last updated
May 7, 2018
Release date
December 29, 2017
More info

3DBrush is FREE but there are more add-ons

  • $1.99

    Premium Brushes

App Screenshots

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App Store Description

Draw in augmented reality using three-dimensional photorealistic brushes! Write something in the air around you or put a snake next to someone's feet, fix a leaking pipe by just drawing a new one (don't though), or add some cheese sauce to your favorite dish. 3DBrush has a variety of brush types: metal, wood, organic, fabric, man-made and the elements. First choose the size and distance, then draw with your fingers or by moving the phone itself: put your finger on the screen and use your hand instead. Or you could do both! Make videos, take photos and share them with friends!

If you run into trouble with positioning, for instance, when your drawings jitter or fly away, it's most probable that you haven't calibrated your phone good enough first.
When calibrating, try moving the phone smoothly and in different directions, so as to let the app better learn the space around you. If problems show up, you can always recalibrate by pressing the circular arrow in the top left corner. Just experiment with this a little!
It also important to have the place well-lit and have objects in sight: positioning will not be steady on a monotone background or a mirror surface.

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