Facebook To Show VR Content In News Feed

Facebook To Show VR Content

Facebook To Show VR Content In News Feed:

 

Facebook Has Now Started Testing Virtual Reality (VR) Content Within Users’ Newsfeeds. The New Feature Is Predicted To Debut With Upcoming “JUMANJI: Welcome To The Jungle” Film, Which Is Able To Even Be Available In VR Version For Mobile Phones And Desktop. Users Can Need A VR Telephone Receiver To Observe The Virtual Version Of The Film On Facebook.

 

Facebook Had Side Support For 360-Degree Videos On Its Platform In 2016.

 

“The Experience, That Was Additionally Co-Developed By Avatar Labs And Also The Facebook Creative Look, Lets Users Begin A Form Of 360-Degree Game,” Variety.Com According Late On Friday.

 

 

“On The Surface, It’s Your Typical Promotional VR Expertise, Meant To Give Users A Covert Look At The Approaching Film,” The Report Side.

 

Professional Belligerent And Actor Dwayne Johnson Aforesaid During A Facebook Post: “Check Out This Cool, New Technology That We Are Proud To Launch With Facebook And Oculus!!

 

“‘JUMANJI’ Is That The 1st Film To Own It’s Own Interactive 360 VR Expertise With Facebook, And Thereupon, We’re Delivery You Right Within The Sport.”

 

The Social Media Large Already Supports 4k Resolutions In Its Live 360 Videos. The Platform Currently Has 2.07 Billion Monthly Active Users — A Rise Of 16 Per Cent Year-Over-Year . The Expansion Is 3.19 Per Cent Compared To Last Quarter’s 2.006 Billion And It Grew At 3.4 Per Cent.