It's fun intended. The user can add a doodle that is not in the frame and adjust the camera position to see if the markings are in place.
The AR technology should also be able to detect objects from surfaces. That is exactly what a feature like Stories has done to companies like Snapchat, Instagram, WhatsApp and now Facebook. It will not work, for example, in low light conditions and if the software is unsure of the object.
According to John Barnett, Facebook camera product manager, "We wanted to give people an easy way to create with augmented reality and draw in the world around them".
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Instagram has taken a page out of the Facebook book as it will now allow the users to download a copy of the profile of all the information they have shared.
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. As per some reports from the web, the new feature is said to be the worst privacy scandal till date, and Facebook is regularly working on the stories to make it a robust feature available for the users.
"The way people share and connect is changing; it's quickly becoming more real-time and visual". Further, the 3D drawing feature comes with only one pastel effect for making the drawings on the videos; however as per some reports, more brush options are to be added in the future. The stories archived by the users and messages exchange will they be allowed to be downloaded or not, is yet to be disclosed.