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Facebook unveil new features at F8

20 April 2017, 09:31 | Justin Tyler

Snapchat has moved ahead of the social media giant by making its features available now.

According to Zuckerberg, Facebook's future prospects focus on augmented reality based on technology that overlays digital imagery onto the real world like Snapchat's signature camera filters.

Or, Zuckerberg explained at Facebook's annual F8 developer conference on 19 April, "you can add a second coffee mug, so it looks like you're not having breakfast alone".

Augmented Reality Studio: Facebook is opening up its Augmented Reality platform for developers so that they can make maximum use of Facebook's computing power.

"For those of you who have watched us roll out cameras across all our apps and have asked what we're doing, that was act one". Frames Studio lets users design frames that can be used either with profile pictures or in the new Facebook camera. Facebook added special effects cameras to its core apps like Facebook, Instagram, and Messenger.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg delivers the keynote address at Facebook's F8 Developer Conference Tuesday at McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California.


AR Studio, now open for beta applications, can be used to create masks, scripted effects, animated frames and other AR technologies that react to movement, the environment or interactions during Live videos. AR has also enabled people to assemble a virtual human brain or hang out with a hologram of Mad Men star Jon Hamm, writes The Australian Financial Review.

The company also launched the "Places Graph", providing free access to data on more than 140 million places around the world.

The app is billed as a "virtual" manifestation of Facebook, allowing users to create a personalised avatar before interacting with friends.

If you want to know more and maybe even try out the app, visit the official Facebook Spaces website. The workplace also opened its platform for developers to make custom bots specific to their organization's needs.

The new Chat Extensions for Messenger which will also help businesses improve their operations. You will be able to drop songs into a group chat.



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