Facebook just announced the launch (3D Feature was announced in May but wasn't launched publicly ) of a new feature on their Mobile App, its called '3D Photos Feature'. This feature makes use of the latest photo mode 'Portrait Mode' https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v9Pe8RYj27s4 Facebook manipulates the Portrait Mode images to display the scene in 3D, using the depth information between the subject in the foreground and the background. Whether it's a shot of your pet, your friends, or a beautiful spot from your latest vacation, you just take a photo in Portrait mode using your compatible dual-lens smartphone, then share as a 3D photo on Facebook where you can scroll, pan and tilt to see the photo in realistic 3D--like you're looking through a window. How to Upload 3D Photos on Facebook Watch the video tutorial for a quick guide on how to upload your photos on Facebook in 3D, or follow these steps : \tMake a new post \tTap on the three dots for more options \tScroll down and select the 3D photo option. \tPost and Enjoy Guideline for good 3D Photos Facebook has shared certain tips on how you can achieve good 3D effects in your photos \tDifference of Depth - You\u2019ll get the best results if your main subject is three or four feet away, and to really make it pop, try to capture scenes with multiple layers of depth, including something in the foreground and something in the background \tHigh Contrast - You\u2019ll get more of the 3D effect when your photo\u2019s subject has contrasting colors\u2014for example, someone wearing a blue shirt standing in front of a blue wall won\u2019t pop as much as someone wearing a different color. \tTexture is Good - You\u2019ll get the best results from subjects that have some texture to them, have solid edges, and aren\u2019t too shiny. Try to avoid transparent objects like clear plastic or glass, as they aren\u2019t always accurately captured by depth sensors. Which Devices Support Facebook 3D Photos If you are willing to spend some money on a 360 Camera, really Decent 360 Cameras are available but\u00a0 this 3D Feature is currently a software feature and is rolled out for iOS users with dual lenses and as per Facebook it will eventually roll out for all dual lens cameras which support Portrait Mode. As of now only iPhone 7+, 8+, X and XS support Facebook 3D Photos. I will update this when support for more devices is added. Update : Even if you have compatible iPhone and the latest Facebook App, it is not certain that you will get the 3D Photo Option. Facebook says it is live and available for all but turns out that is not the case. Might be a regional roll out... so let us know if you have GOT this feature or NOT. Hardware Supporting 3D Photos :\u00a0 KanDao QooCam is a 360 Cam which has a feature in their app which allows to upload images in 3D on Facebook using their own cameras depth map data, irrespective of the availability by Facebook. The 3D Photo you can see below has been taken and uploaded using QooCam From #QooCam Even without an iPhone, you can still enjoy the cool 3D photo feature Posted by Daisy Chen on\u00a0Thursday, October 18, 2018 Enable Upload 3D Photos on Facebook If you have still did not get the 3D photo option in Facebook, follow this Trick to enable it on your Phone. Also comment your phone if the tricks works \tUpdate your Facebook App \tSearch for Facebook 360 Community (official with blue tick) and hit the LIKE button \tClose Facebook App and swipe it up from recent app list. \tOpen Facebook Again and 3D Photo option will be made available \tEnjoy and thanks to BenMode for the tip How To Create 3D Photos on Facebook Android 1. Open Facebook App. 2.\u00a0Tap on 'Whats on your mind', Scroll and select 3D photo from the list of options. 3. Select a Portrait photo you would like to share and preview it in 3D. 4. Hit on the share button. Note: Facebook has not yet rolled out Facebook 3D option for all Android Devices so you may not see the option yet. What do you think about this feature ? more data points for Facebook to enhance their NSA like systems ;) ?