With the availability of the AR-based 3D drawing feature clear signifies that a major push is being given to the Stories and it is said to help increase the popularity of stories and drive user engagement. People can soon draw scribbles before or during recording and then move the camera around to see the markings stay in place.
"3D drawing" is the name Facebook Camera Product Manager John Barnett calls it, and first spotted by Matt Navarra, will bring out your creative ability in Stories. This, in turn, allows a user to wrap his/her art on the objects which are visible in the camera feed.
Facebook is giving stories a boost by rolling out AR doodles and Instagram's Boomerang to its camera feature suite, Tech Crunch reports. "Currently, it only does that when it's confident about the object recognition, such as in optimal light conditions", Techcrunch writes. One noticeable and annoying flaw was that the GIFs return to the beginning once they end.
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The report also pointed out that AR drawing will be known as "3D drawing" and will roll out for Facebook users in coming weeks. "Now, it's quicker and easier to capture and share moments as they happen with the people you care about most!" .
The social media platform said it will reward people with first-hand knowledge and proof of cases where a Facebook platform app collects and transfers people's data to another party to be sold, stolen or used for scams or political influence. TechCrunch says that details of how the Instagram data will arrive on your hard drive and at what level of verisimilitude should come from Instagram closer to when the company actually launches its new tool. It is also making users post to Stories by default when they use Facebook Camera.