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Google’s new Sprayscape app lets you makes trippy VR collages

Most of us don’t have a 360-degree camera, so tools like Google’s Street View photospheres come in handy. But the company is today launching a new VR app that takes turns the photosphere concept on its head into something… well, kind of trippy. Called Sprayscape, the app comes from Google’s Android Experiments program, and basically just requires you to wave your phone around and tap to ‘spray’ a picture.
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