The new will capture distance between the subject in the foreground and the background to generate 3D photos. As the feed flows or the smartphone tilts, these images show an effect called parallax to give the post a further sense of depth.
To make 3D photos, you can take a photo in Portrait mode and upload that photo on your news feed as a 3D photo.
The feature was announced earlier in May by Facebook, during its "F8" event. After being shared on Facebook, the users can view this 3D photo in desktop or mobile News Feed; one can also view it in Firefox on Oculus Rift and Oculus Go's browser.
Here's how to create a 3D Photo in Facebook using an iPhone. In terms of the ability to create and share 3D photos, this feature will be implemented today and will be fully available to everyone in the coming weeks. However, Facebook has now taken another huge step forward with 3D photos.
How to view a Facebook 3D Photo?
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.
So, all the dual-camera setup smartphones apart from the iPhones will have to wait for this feature to be rolled-out for their devices. Currently, this option is available for users of iPhone 7 Plus, 8 Plus, X, or XS. Try to avoid transparent objects like clear plastic or glass, as they aren't always accurately captured by depth sensors.