Google's Tilt Brush gets an update by connecting the application to live music, bringing virtual reality to you in a tangible form.

Tilt Brush, the virtual reality paint application from Google, saw an update today that brought with it a whole new ‘audio reactive mode’—now making your trippy creations pulse to the beat of your own music collection.

To activate the function—providing you already own an HTC Vive and Tilt Brush—all you have to do is turn on the music through your desktop (from any source), press a button on the in-game panel, and get ready to throw a rave at 3PM on a Tuesday.

Read the full story by Scott Hayden on the new update from Tilt Brush at Road Tovr

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