360-Degree Photos

  • Journalism 101, Facebook-Style

    … practices and guidelines from Facebook are meshed with case studies from journalists. Kerr said courses available at launch include “How Journalists Can Best Utilize Facebook and Instagram,” as well as installments on Facebook Live, 360 videos and photos and Instant Articles, adding: In addition to the Discover, Create and Engage modules, we have…

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  • Facebook Instant Articles Now Support 360-Degree Videos and Photos

    … their device or by tapping and dragging. Roberts also showed examples of the features in action from early adopters USA Today and Bild, adding that users with the latest Android or iOS Facebook app can access them via the Instant Articles page. Readers: What are your thoughts on the addition of 360-degree videos and photos to Facebook Instant Articles? …

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 13 readers -
  • Facebook Now Lets You Set the Initial View on 360-Degree Photos

    … that other users will see before they access the full 360 photo. On desktop, users can click the edit button and move the mouse to set the initial view. In addition, in a post on the Facebook 360 Community group page, Caitlin Ramrakha, product marketing manager at Facebook, previewed two additional changes coming to 360 photos on Facebook: Secondly…

    Inside Facebookin Social Facebook- 6 readers -
  • Facebook Debuts 360 Photos

    … The 360-degree photos promised by Facebook’s Oculus VR virtual reality subsidiary last month have officially arrived. Product manager Andy Huang announced in a Newsroom post Thursday that 360 photos are currently available for viewing via Facebook on the web and the latest versions of its flagship iOS and Android applications, adding…

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  • Facebook Bringing 360 Photos to News Feed, Samsung Gear VR

    … By David Cohen on May. 11, 2016 - 5:00 PM 360-degree photos are coming to Facebook’s News Feed and the Samsung Gear VR. Facebook-owned virtual reality company Oculus VR announced in a blog post that the feature will launch “in the coming weeks,” writing: In the coming weeks, Facebook will add 360 photos to News Feed. You’ll be able to take…

    David Cohen/ Inside Facebookin Social Facebook- 21 readers -
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