Facebook turns iPhone bokeh images into 3D Photos

Ruben Fields
October 14, 2018

"Then lean forward to see the photo in realistic 3D as if you were looking through a window". 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.

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Are you excited to use Facebook 3D feature? For iPhone users, the feature is available starting today but the rollout is incremental so it might be a while before you actually see the feature in your Facebook App. The ability to create and share an image is being rolled out to now and should arrive for everyone over the coming weeks.

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Today Facebook launched an exciting feature which would allow you to post your photos with 3D effect to their feed, especially with a good and detailed quality picture. It has declared to unveil the newest feature of "3D photos" feature is to role down soon. The way the 3D photos are optimized is through a very similar movement of the user's device - simple, gentle tilts. The social network started rolling out a new "3D Photo" feature Friday, which captures the distance between the foreground and background of a subject in a photo, giving it a 3D look when you're scrolling through your timeline. This would not only add a plus to Facebook but also make the newsfeed more interactive for all users. Facebook took this idea and ran with it.

Do not pay too much attention to the name [3D] because photos will actually not be in 3D as Facebook said. As per its name, the perspective will change when the user tilts their phone in different directions to view the image. There's no mention of support for Google's dual-pixel Portrait mode photos captured with the Pixel line.

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