I drew some garden flowers in Virtual Reality and shared a Poly link (updated) on Twitter: inviting the public to remix, or add to the VR Garden. A friend tried to warn me that it was a poor idea. He was certain that I would receive mysoginist, religious and hate symbols and language. Instead, I saw humanity growing better together. Globally, people are socially drawing a more beautiful world together. VR Garden has become a platform for human connection, inclusion, and empathy, as well as climate justice, and wellness.
I made new friends around the world with Tilt Brush Remix! First, Cordula Hansen added a woodland stream with ferns, lily-of-the-valley, and other white flowers. Then, Iva Leon added butterflies, Jerad Bitner added pansies, and Ali Bahremand completely remixed it all-together! More people, including visitors at Better World Museum, also contributed to the VR Garden. During one visit, 90 year old Holocaust Survivor, Author, and Artist, Dr. Robert O. Fisch tried out Tilt Brush. He added various lines creating some misty movement around a hummingbird. Read more about VR Garden.