Facebook allows 3D photos in the newsfeed

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Facebook has launched a new tool for iPhones called 3D Photos. Facebook will use AI to stitch together different layers of a photo that are stored when you take a photo in portrait mode.

View volumetric images in the news feed through computer monitor, and with the help of virtual reality glasses Oculus in browser or Firefox.

Originally announced during the F8 developer conference in May, Facebook is now rolling out support for 3D photos in News Feed and VR headsets. The company has just begun to roll out the feature, which will be available to everyone in the coming weeks. It has declared to unveil the newest feature of "3D photos" feature is to role down soon. Presently, it has started to take off 3D photos to everybody, enabling clients to "bring scenes to life with depth and movement". It then adds some custom software tweaks that create a more realistic image.

Facebook will show you a preview of what the image will look like that you can check out before you actually share it.

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To get the best results possible, Facebook advises that you take pictures with a lot of contrast between the background and the foreground.

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

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.

iPhone owners can capture the content using the iPhone 7+, 8+, X, or XS using Portrait mode. In this sense, the feature uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to create a depth perspective on 3D photos. You can post the photo of your choice as you normally would after that.

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