Mark Zuckerberg, has expressed the importance of the camera in any communication today and has shown new tools for users and creators.
Facebook has celebrated the first day of its annual F8 developer event, where company CEO Mark Zuckerberg has expressed the importance of the camera in any communication today and has shown new tools for users and creators.
Facebook has announced Camera Effect Platform , a platform for developers that includes two products: Frames Studio and AR Studio. Frames Studio is an online ‘creative’ editor, which lets you design frames that can be used in both the profile photo and the new Facebook camera.
AR Studio , now open in beta applications, can be used to create masks, effects sequences, animated frames and other augmented reality technologies that react to movement, environment or interactions during live broadcasts.
Developer news continues with the announcement of ‘ Developer Circles ‘, a new program for developers around the world to connect, learn and collaborate with other developers.
Facebook has launched Places Graph , which provides free access to information on restaurants, parks, small businesses and local businesses, including names of places, addresses, photographs and consumer ratings on Facebook, among others.
On the other hand, the virtual reality helmet Oculus Rift has, since Tuesday, with a new application that moves the experience of the social network to virtual environments. The beta version of Facebook Spaces allows you to interact with friends and family, take pictures with the virtual paloselfie, make video calls through Messenger and draw in the air.