Facebook Stories Is Getting AR 3D Drawing And Instagram's Boomerang

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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 company has also added AR drawings to the Stories section allowing users to draw doodles in 3D.

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 second new feature announced for Facebook Stories - Boomerang - is an evolution of the GIF-creating feature available for a while. People can soon draw scribbles before or during recording and then move the camera around to see the markings stay in place. A new feature should be ready in a few weeks.

The AR technology should also be able to detect objects from surfaces.

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Facebook is calling its AR drawing feature "3D drawing", and it will let users doodle on images they capture using Facebook Camera while clicking or after.

For optimal effect, it only wraps drawings around objects if it is confident about the object that it has detected.

Facebook might be having a tough time dealing with the aftermath of the Cambridge Analytica crisis, but that hasn't stopped the social media giant from working on improving its products.

The details of this feature are yet to be finalized and Instagram did not go into any detail at the moment. 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.

Apart from the new features, Facebook is also making the panel larger and adding a camera window in the status composer. "We're testing new creative tools to bring pictures and videos to life, and introducing easier ways to find and share stories", a spokesperson from Facebook told TechCrunch.

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