Facebook allows 3D photos in the newsfeed

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Then you can share it as a 3D photo on your Facebook, where you can pan, scroll or tilt to see the 3D photos realistically. However, in this case, tap the three dots, followed by "3D Photos" and select the portrait mode photos that you have clicked using the iPhone. Pictures can be viewed also with the use of virtual reality glasses Oculus.

Some Android devices can also take bokeh images, but at present the Facebook 3D Photos conversion process can only happen on iOS.

As for the availability, this feature will make its way to all the users in the coming weeks. If you don't have the appropriate option yet, don't worry, soon the new feature will come to you!

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. 3D photos bring scenes to life with depth and movement.

In addition to the News Feed, users will be able to view 3D photos in VR as well. According to Facebook, it works best with images that have a significant amount of contrast between the background and the foreground. However, Facebook has now taken another huge step forward with 3D photos.

TechCrunch's Devin Coldewey did thorough research on how Facebook implements artificial intelligence to keep the social network together, especially when it comes to adding layers of photos together so they move and change as a phone tilts or moves. In the case of iPhone users, implementation is gradual, so it may take some time for you to see it available on your Facebook account. But at the moment, the feature is not available on those devices. It supports Portrait Mode photos from the iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, and iPhone XS for now.



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