"Facebook tells me technology understands the corners and objects in the room to create a 3D spec. Facebook could use that to detect surfaces like walls and tables to wrap the drawing onto them".More news: Driver of Hart family SUV was drunk, authorities say
"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. The company confirmed to TechCrunch that the features would start rolling out to users worldwide in the coming weeks. Users will then be able to wrap around their scribbles around the objects, but the technology is still far from flawless.
Apart from the new features, Facebook is also making the panel larger and adding a camera window in the status composer. "Currently, it only does that when it's confident about the object recognition, such as in optimal light conditions", Techcrunch writes.More news: US, Russia clash at United Nations over chemical weapons attacks in Syria
Now, the Stories section on Facebook is getting boost as the giant is going to add AR doodles and Boomerange GIFs to the stories. 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. The latest is the addition of Instagram Boomerang GIF with Facebook Camera that lets the user draw with abandon. Given that it has more users than Snapchat, the pioneer of vanishing posts, Facebook will have an even harder time convincing the people to use its platform and cross-post to Instagram instead.More news: Cosby raped me, says ex-model