Facebook has been pushing its Stories tool aggressively, despite a muted response from users.
According to sources, the social media giant is going to add attractive AR doodles along with Instagram's Boomerang GIFs to the stories through the Camera button just like Instagram. It's massively popular feature which is now making its way to the Facebook Stories.
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It's an interesting and fun feature to be fair to the firm, but Facebook Stories is still of dubious relevance at this stage. The doodles will then stick to the objects captured in the frame, and users can move around to see their artwork from different angles - a bit like virtual graffiti.
According to sources, Facebook's new technology lets your drawing wrap on the object which looks like more real and nature than what you see in the real world. At the time, the company said that it was planning to build ways to bring the created 3D content and objects into the real world using AR, and 3D drawing could be the platform's first moves in that direction.
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3D drawing on Facebook could be the future of AR as it could simplify the process of newbies and people with little idea of how these things work.
The other new addition is what Facebook calls "3D drawing" and is based on augmented reality.
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Instagram makes it easy for users to cross-post to Facebook when they publish a Story. That is exactly what a feature like Stories has done to companies like Snapchat, Instagram, WhatsApp and now Facebook. Facebook Stories has not been able to duplicate that success yet, but the company likely hopes that integrating the established Boomerang brand will change this. That feature has not been updated yet and it is now getting polished with a whole new look. For the very same reason, Facebook is now adding impressive features to this section so more people can get attracted towards it.