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The new feature is named as 3D drawing and it allows a user to create various shapes and also write text on the videos shot by the Facebook camera before or at the time of video recording. According to the report, the camera now understands and detects the objects and surfaces in the room including walls and tables to create a 3D spec to wrap the drawing on them. Users will then be able to wrap around their scribbles around the objects, but the technology is still far from flawless. Currently, it only does that when it's confident about the object recognition, such as in optimal light conditions. Facebook had its own version previously, which had the same effect as Boomerang, except it had some bugs.
Boomerang is smoother in this regard, and so it is now coming to the Facebook Camera to replace the social media's own looping tech. The company established brand partnerships for Facebook Stories in October previous year and has also considered letting users create stories from the desktop website in the hopes of attracting more engagement.More news: Britain ready for military action in days as cabinet supports May
"The way people share and connect is changing; it's quickly becoming more real-time and visual". Bringing additional creative tools to the Facebook Camera could make it a more popular place to shoot content and help the company compete with Snapchat.
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