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The Next WebSince inception, Facebook users have uploaded over 70 million 360 photos. And of these 70 million 360 photos, exactly zero were taken using Facebook's built-in camera. Starting today, that all changes. Users can now take 360 videos from the Facebook app itself, and upload them instantly for viewing on their Timeline, in albums, or Groups.
TechCrunchNo more frustrating zoom-in/zoom-out. Facebook finally made a modern way to view panoramas and VR photos with your phone. Its new feature "360 Photos" rolls out tomorrow on iOS, Android, web, and Gear VR, and it will democratize creation of 360 and VR content. You can see Mark Zuckerber...
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Redmond PieWhen Instagram added the ability to take multiple photos and upload them as a single post, it likely did not expect anyone to use that as a way to share 360° panoramas, but that is precisely what a new iOS app does.
MaqmodoInstagram's carousel album feature lets you post multiple photos and videos in a single post. Now a new app called Swipeable for iOS lets you share panoramic and 360° photos easily on Instagram. Here's more on the app. Swipeable is the brainchild of Holumino Limited, who also created the wonderful Spincle - 360 degrees camera app.
TimeInstagram's new "carousel" feature lets you post beautiful panoramic images on the photo-sharing app. Here's how to do it.
Split Panoramas for Instagram.
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