You can now test VR object on your Facebook news feed. Interactive 3D objects will be coming natively to your Facebook feed in the near future. According to Facebook’s head of social VR, Rachel Franklin, this objects will be in the form of “3D posts” and users will be able to grab, spin and interact with VR objects.
The virtual objects can be creating in Oculus Medium sculpting platform or Facebook Spaces VR hangouts and then share them through the news feed.
See here how you can interact with 3D object without a headset: http://bit.ly/2l921hb
In terms of social sharing, Facebook announced 3D posts, letting users interact with 3D objects without a headset pic.twitter.com/WhZXGlVta2— Eva (@downtohoerth) October 11, 2017
You can open this little van door by scrolling your finger:
#3D posts come to the Facebook News Feed! Create objects in #VR and share to Facebook for anyone to see and interact with. pic.twitter.com/kqOXHp93zE— Ben Smith (@benasmith) October 11, 2017
Photo credit: Ben Smith, Twitter