Facebook launches 3D Photos for iPhone Portrait mode images
12 October, 2018, 23:43
You can view 3D photos on Facebook right now, but the ability to post them is rolling out gradually.
What is a Facebook 3D Photo? According to Facebook, the ideal distance from the subject is three to four feet, this resulting in images with a 3D effect that really "pops", according to Facebook.
The AI-powered feature, which lets users post 3D photos to their news feed and VR headsets, uses the portrait mode of the iPhone and other smartphones with a dual camera setup on the back.
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Beginning today, everyone can create, view and share Facebook 3D photos in the News Feed.
Once done, users on the desktop, mobile or those experiencing Facebook in VR through Oculus Go's browser or Firefox on Oculus Rift, will be able to click and drag or move their head to see the photo's depth. Facebook also shared a video of the whole process to show how you can create 3D Photos. The feature should be available to everyone "in the coming weeks". But at the moment, the feature is not available on those devices.
As per the official post from the social network, 3D Photos use depth map stored in portrait mode shots taken from iPhone 7+, 8+, X or XS; more phones are also expected to gain support in near future. The social networking service created tech to turn bokeh pictures into 3D images.
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