Facebook's 3D Photos Are Ready For Your News Feed

Angelica Greene
October 14, 2018

The social media platform Facebook has rolled out the 3D photos in the News Feed and Virtual Reality.

As pointed out by TechCrunch, Facebook has started rolling out 3D photos to add make-believe depth to shots taken using the iPhone's portrait mode. One can opt for Oculus Go browser or Firefox on Oculus Rift by dragging, tapping or tilting their heads to experience the three dimensions in photos.

The capacity to make 3D photos is taking off now and it should reach everybody in the coming weeks.

Facebook has begun rolling out a new feature that allow users to post 3D photos in their News Feed. Later, a report by Facebook clarified that currently, the social networking site is just supporting 3D photos in the dual-camera setup iPhones for now. Presently, it has started to take off 3D photos to everybody, enabling clients to "bring scenes to life with depth and movement". According to Facebook, it works best with images that have a significant amount of contrast between the background and the foreground.

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To use Facebook's 3D Photos, you'll need to have the iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. In a simple way, its facebook that takes advantage of the portrait mode to display your 2D photos in 3D.

Basically, when users scroll onto Fido's pic, they'll be able to tilt and rotate their phone to view the pup from enough angles to make him appear to be coming out of the screen. Though they have named it 3D effect still pictures won't be totally 3D but surely it will have the depth that will give you a different view from different angles. The VR headsets use the portrait mode of smartphones, including iPhone with a dual camera setup on the back.

-Keep subject 3 or 4 feet away from the camera.

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