High Fidelity users have already figured out how to import objects created in the Tilt Brush VR-based drawing platform into the social VR world, even how to import avatar-wearable costumes from Tilt Brush to HiFi, and now they've gone to the next level: FingerPaint, a Tilt Brush-like app for creating objects in VR while within High Fidelity.
"It was scripted mostly by [a developer named] Control Alt David, I believe, and was something requested by Philip himself," High Fidelity's Caitlyn Meeks tells me. "It's super fun and cool because it lets you spontaneously draw and express yourself in 3D space with your friends. It's also great for marking up and making notes in-world."
You can get it for free from the HiFi content store here, and you'll notice it has a "No Rights Reserved" Creative Commons license:
"We made it totally open source, our hope is that folks will modify it and share their derived creations," explains Caitlyn. Hoping to get some sample FingerPainted-objects to add to this post soon!
Hat tip, well, to Philip:
Fingerpaint is an app for High Fidelity that is like tiltbrush https://t.co/47PgLbDOKs— Philip Rosedale (@philiprosedale) March 1, 2017