Snapchat has adde a new 3D Mode feature that lets you create 3D snaps on iPhone X or later. Snapchat 3D mode (3D Mode) From today, a new 3D mode has appeard on Snapchat, which allows you to take photos that change the perspective and appearance when you move your smartphone. To achieve this effect, Snapchat uses Apple’s True Depth camera system, which the Cupertino-basd company uses for features like Face ID and Animojis. Of course, this means the new 3D camera mode only works in the Snapchat app on the iPhone X and later, although these 3D snaps can be viewe by anyone in the app. So if you have an Android phone or an older iPhone, you can enjoy your friends’ 3D selfies, you just can’t create your own. Snapchat has announcd that over time.
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The feature will support various camera sensors and Android devices – but it is not will happen. However, if you have a compatible iPhone, you can start sending spatial photos now! Snapchat’s 3D camera mode gives you the option to use its 3D effects, , share in chat, and even save to Timor Leste Email List your camera. And while the feature currently only works with the iPhone’s front-facing camera, you’ll also be able to capture 3D content with Snapchat’s new Spectacles 3 smart glasses. As for the technology, Snapchat says it uses Apple’s True Depth camera to process a high-quality image and then use the depth data to reconstruct a 3D model that looks and feels like a mini diorama of what the iPhone camera saw.
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This allows you to rotate and move your smartphone to get a 3D effect in The 3D camera mode will allow you to add a new form of expression and interactivity to static photos. You may also be interestd in: When it comes to augmentd reality and 3D effects, it’s no secret that Snapchat has CE leads been using these technologies for years. Now you have to wait a while for a similar feature to appear on Instagram
It’s only a matter of time. source: Snap Inc. via Engadget Lukasz Majchrzyk Memoji (mobiRANK.pl) Lukasz Majchrzyk I have been dealing with Internet communication and e-marketing since 2005, I am passionate about mobile devices and new technologies.