The effect takes advantage of Portrait mode photos - all the rage in modern smartphones - taken with dual-lens camera systems which blur the background behind a subject to create a depth of field effect.
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"Everyone will be able to see 3D photos in News Feed and VR today, while the ability to create and share 3D photos begins to roll out today", the Facebook 360 team wrote in a blog post on Thursday. The way the 3D photos are optimized is through a very similar movement of the user's device - simple, gentle tilts. It has declared to unveil the newest feature of "3D photos" feature is to role down soon.
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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. 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. And when you tilt or scroll your device, the image change its perspectives. Once Currently, the platform supports Portrait Mode photos from the iPhone 7 and up.
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-Keep subject 3 or 4 feet away from the camera. The company points out that some subjects and materials make better 3D images than others, for example. Having more distinct colors in the photo will make the layer separation in images more detailed, but shinier objects like glass or plastic can confuse the AI.