Published: Sun, October 14, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Grace Becker

Facebook introduces 3D photos in News Feed,VR

Facebook introduces 3D photos in News Feed,VR

3D photos bring scenes to life with depth and movement. As the feed flows or the smartphone tilts, these images show an effect called parallax to give the post a further sense of depth.

In the list of functions in which there are activities, stickers, GIF, check-in (and more) from today you will find the item 3D Photo. The photos can also be viewed in VR using Oculus Browser on Oculus Go or Firefox on Oculus Rift.

The feature isn't flawless, and, depending on the photo, some attempts look better than others.

As we mentioned earlier, the disadvantage is that the feature is only available to iPhone users and there is no information about when it will officially arrive on the Android operating system.

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Today Facebook launched an exciting feature which would allow you to post your photos with 3D effect to their feed, especially with a good and detailed quality picture.

Your 3D photos will be viewable by anyone on Facebook, not just those with specific devices. The statement said that it will be "adding support for more devices in the future". In a simple way, its facebook that takes advantage of the portrait mode to display your 2D photos in 3D. This feature is going to be made available for all users soon.

TechCrunch's Devin Coldewey did thorough research on how Facebook implements artificial intelligence to keep the social network together, especially when it comes to adding layers of photos together so they move and change as a phone tilts or moves. The feature lets you upload portrait mode photos on Facebook, and turn them into 3D photos on your news feed.

The feature is possible thanks to the dual-camera setups that have become common on flagship smartphones.

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