The latest AR filters in Instagram allow you to add or remove something ‘real’ from your photo or video in real-time. So not only change the color or style, which the filters have been able to do for a long time but also add an extra eye or smooth your skin. A diamond in your living room? A cyborg mask? Want to try out the latest makeup looks and products through your camera? Everything is possible.
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When Facebook’s Spark AR Studio software became publicly available in November 2019, it opened the gates to tons of new filters. Filters with AR effects beyond the face filter. Facebook Stories also have filters, but they are less fun and developed than on Instagram. Before AR Studio was publicly opened, only a small group of digital creators were allowed to work with it.
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And their filters became the first to integrate Instagram into the app. One such club was the Dutch Chris Polk. Filters, how can I try them? In Instagram, open the Stories feature (camera at the top left when you are on your message feed) and you will see some filters in the circles at the bottom. When you choose a filter you can also choose ‘browse through effects’.