Users can, for example, pick a photo of their dog from the "Portrait" folder, because these are the images that stored layers of depth, and then they'll be shown a test post to ensure that Fido is captured just right.
As per reports, the 3D Photos' feature is compatible with most smartphones that feature a dual-camera setup.
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It's clear Facebook is constantly looking for ways to make VR more accessible and liven up 3D using AI.
Choose the photo, select the Share button and Facebook will take care of the rest!
In this way, Facebook users have the opportunity to see the images in Augmented Reality via the newsfeed, which means that when using the Oculus Rift or other virtual reality glasses, the experience becomes much more impressive and satisfying. It was not known when the feature would come out or how to take the photos that would eventually be converted.
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Facebook is now coming low and has now launched a new feature using which you will be able to share 3D photos on your News Feed. Facebook announced on Thursday that it's rolling out 3D photos. Hence, all these devices can easily view and create the 3D photos.
Facebook has started rolling out this feature today, and it will be available to all users in the coming weeks.
To get the best results possible, Facebook advises that you take pictures with a lot of contrast between the background and the foreground.
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You can enjoy this feature if you have a smartphone with a dual camera. To view a 3D photo from a phone, all you need is to scroll or tilt your device to change the perspective.