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Facebook’s Quill app gets key update for VR creators

Facebook’s VR app Quill is getting a major update with animation tools that can bring hand-made creations to life. Quill was born during the development of Dear Angelica, an immersive story which puts you in a series of 3D scenes sketched in VR by hand. You can move through these scenes listening to audio which completes the impactful […]
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