Posts tagged with camera effect
by Insta3D AR
Keep calm & rock on! Friday is closer than it feels! Feel like a star while grubbin’ on some baby back ribs, after all, it’s not about the destination it’s all about the journey 🤩 @Insta3DAR
by Ribena Malaysia
Show off your licence to joy with your loved ones using our Chinese New Year – Ribena Lion filter! Snap, share and hashtag #LicencetoJoyCNY & #RibenaMalaysia in your posting. Let us know in the comment section when you have done so and you may stand a chance to receive a surprise gift from us! @RibenaMalaysia
“We worked with poplar on WOW & Sony and Into the Blue, we’ve teamed up with Creative Giants and Adam Neate who is a British painter, conceptual artist and described by The Telegraph in 2008 as “one of the world’s best-known street artists. The effect: You are able to enter a virtual world designed by Neate, featuring the painting. ” – Jack Maddelena
Evolve yourself into the official Disturbed mascot – The Guy! The Guy has appeared in several albums as the “cloaked character” on the cover art, and in music videos as the anti-hero that ends up defeating large corporations.
Did you know that average Human Eye Blink Rate is less than 10 seconds? This Facebook Camera Effect was created in order to increase the awareness of cultural identity preservation. Can you watch this film without blinking?
by Makerlounge 3D-Studio
“Our XMAS AR effect is now online. I wanted to create a mix between an old tradition (the printed/handwritten postcard) and the new AR technoloy.
The target has the size of a real postcard (DIN A6), so you can print the target on a blank postcard and send it to your friends, family..etc 😀
On the postcard are all infos (QR code and link) to start the effect.
Here´s the link for the original target: https://goo.gl/kHsQcq” @StefanNitz
To promote STX’s new movie, Peppermint, Powster created an AR lens for Facebook that puts users inside the movie poster. The lens was built using new ‘occlusion’ technology to remove people from the background. It’s compatible with both the front and rear camera. Find a face to activate the lens, flapping wings then attach to the user and can be changed by tapping the screen.
“I’m a maker and one of the things I’m working on is a custom pair of headphones made of up cycled offcuts and materials. I’d like to be able to allow people to customize these headphones and buy them online. So I’ve made this AR filter for people to visualize the product, change materials and virtually try it – then hopefully get interested enough to want one!”