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    Your News Feed is about to get a lot more lifelike.

    Facebook just began rolling out support for its 3D photos, which make portrait mode images look much more realistic.

    The feature is possible thanks to the dual-camera setups that have become common on flagship smartphones. With 3D photos, when you post a portrait-style image, Facebook is able to separate the subject of the photo from the background and create a more layered look.

    The result is a startlingly lifelike image that appears to "move" as you scroll (you can also tilt your phone to adjust the view). Read more...

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    TwitterFacebook

    Your News Feed is about to get a lot more lifelike.

    Facebook just began rolling out support for its 3D photos, which make portrait mode images look much more realistic.

    The feature is possible thanks to the dual-camera setups that have become common on flagship smartphones. With 3D photos, when you post a portrait-style image, Facebook is able to separate the subject of the photo from the background and create a more layered look.

    The result is a startlingly lifelike image that appears to "move" as you scroll (you can also tilt your phone to adjust the view). Read more...

    More about Tech, Facebook, Social Media Companies, Tech, and Social Media Companies



    (@)Karissa Bell

    Published on 11 Oct 2018 at 11:59PM

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