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How to upload 3D Facebook photos from Android, iPhone or PC

How to upload 3D photos to Facebook from Android, iPhone or PC? In October 2018, Facebook introduced one service for 3D photos, which were limited to Appliances with double or triple camera. Before, the tool was mainly based on the depth of the dual / triple camera. The latest 3D photography technology, however, relies on machine learning to convert a regular photo into 3D. Facebook says users can now use the front camera to shoot 3D selfies.

Create 3D Facebook Photo from Android:

  • Open it application on Facebook and tap "what you think".
  • Find and tap “3D Photo”.
  • Choose which photo you want to convert to 3D and wait for the process to complete.
  • Click on “Post” to share the photo.

Creating 3D photography by iPhone:

  • Open the Facebook app, tap on "What do you think" and select an image.
  • Click on "Create 3D" at the top left of your photo.
  • Wait for the process to complete.

iPhones without Portrait mode:

  • Open the official one application on Facebook and click on "What do you think".
  • Find and select “3D Photo”.
  • Wait for the process to complete.

Creating 3D photography by PC:

  • Click the image / video option under "What do you think".
  • Select the image, and depth map which should have the suffix "_depth" in the name. Keep in mind that the aspect ratio of files should be the same.
  • The 3D photo will be created after the process is completed.

Supported Devices:

According to Facebook, users with iPhone 7 or mid-ranged Android devices will be able to take 3D photos. THE company has not shown any list of supported devices. However, the tool works on most iPhones and some Android devices.


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