As the Halloween festivities are in full swing different franchises are launching their event special products. At the same time, Snapchat being one step ahead has launched a spooky filter that too with latest 3D technology. These 3D Body Scan Lenses are equipped with the most demanding feature the Altered Reality ‘AR’.
Till this date, the social media platform has provided several AR lenses which are tremendously praised by its users throughout the world. Now when there is spookiness everywhere, the Snapchat is igniting it with its AR body scanning lenses with Halloween props. These lenses are compatible with both front and rear cameras. However, this compatibility is supporting its Altered Reality AR technique for the first time to create a 3D figure. This tech will scan the individual and make movements similar to the person.
Available 3D Lenses
This new feature is available in numerous forms what you have to do is type 3D Body in the search bar and tadaa!! several scary filters are here to make your Halloween 2020 special. Here is the list of all available filters:
- Purple Pumpkin Costume
- Bear Party
- Purple Monster Costume
- Halloween Hot Dog Costume
- Dancing Pumpkin Zombie
- Green Cloak
How To Use 3D Body Scan Lenses
Well, here comes the question of how to use 3D Body Scan Lenses? It is quite simple just follow our guide and you’re done.
- As mentioned above go to the explore menu and type ‘3D Body’ in Search Bar.
- Select any lens of your choice.
- The screen will ask you to ‘Scan The Whole Body’ now you just have to stand in front of the camera so that it can scan you from head to toe.
- After scanning you’re free to make any move of your choice and the filter will synchronize with you.
Snapchat is providing this 3D scanning feature by the help of its latest Body Tracking Technology. According to the official website of Snapchat, this technology is utilizing a total of 18 Body Tracking Points. The snap sharing platform has uploaded a whole video guiding us about its Full Body Attachment. In the respective video, the Snapchat team has patiently made us understand how this Body Tracking Technology Works.
“Cameras are evolving into fast, smart tools that we can retrieve information and display content,” states the same press release. “And we believe that through our camera and augmented reality, we’re shaping the future of how we all experience the world around us.”
So, what are you waiting for? Pick up your handsets and download the Snapchat to elicit all the spookiness of Halloween 2020. And don’t forget to share your views about this latest feature from Snapchat in our comments Section.