Facebook can now take 3D photos, but the option does not work on iPhone and Samsung. Instructing

Facebook users can now create 3D photos - three-dimensional images that you can click on with your mouse and change the perspective of the frame. A new option was introduced the day before, and problems immediately arose - because of a single camera (and a double one is needed, and we will explain everything below), a 3D photo cannot be done with an iPhone XR. Also, these photos do not support Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Well, when viewing photos from a PC or tablets, photos may hang and load for a very long time (we had to refresh the page four times to view several 3D shots in a row).
But still an interesting idea, let's see how to use it.
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So, first, let's look at a couple of 3D photos to finally understand what is being said. If photos do not load right away, be patient. If this does not help, go to the account from which we took this photo (on Facebook, the option practically does not freeze).Oh yes, when the photo is uploaded, move the cursor over it to see what the “raisin” is about.
In order to create a 3D photo, you need:
- Facebook account
- access to the creation of 3D images (notification should appear on your page)
- smartphone with dual camera
What will happen? You will get a voluminous snapshot due to the fact that due to the presence of a dual camera, your smartphone will take several shots and join them in one frame. It will have a depth effect.
While it is known for sure that Facebook intends to work on the option further - to make it “easier” and expand the list of devices that support this option. Now not everyone can actively use the new function, but the corporation promises to resolve the issue within a few weeks. What does it mean? That familiar photos will eventually seem to us boring and outdated, and the future will come again.

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