Snap Inc. has announced the launch of 3D Camera Mode on its application Snapchat. The company said that with the new feature, Snapchatters can create Snaps that “change in perspective depending on how users view them on their phones.”
“With the introduction of depth and interaction, Snaps can capture even more detail about how the world looks and how you feel. Together with our new 3D Effects, this feature adds a new layer of expression to bring your Snaps to life in a way that’s a step closer to the real thing,”said Andrew McPhee, Sr. Manager, Exploration at Snap Inc. in a statement to the press.
This feature will help Snapchatters with iPhone X and above to create and share Snaps with 3D, and swipe on new 3D Effects, Lenses and Filters. Snapchatters with any device (Android or iPhone) will be able to receive and interact with Snaps created in 3D Camera Mode..
On average, 203 million people use Snapchat daily, “and more than 70 percent of Daily Active Users play with or view Lenses every day,” said the company in a statement.