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Meta brings 3D virtual avatars for profile photos, stickers on Facebook, Instagram and Messenger
Meta first introduced avatars on Facebook in May 2020, allowing users to create a virtual version of themselves as stickers.

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Meta launched 3D avatars for usage in Instagram stories and direct messaging (DMs) in the Indian market on Tuesday. Furthermore, Facebook’s parent corporation has launched updated avatars for both Facebook and Messenger, both of which now allow for customization. Users may modify their appearance on these sites using virtual characters by using the avatars’ numerous facial shapes. Avatars have been enhanced to include several sorts of assistive technologies for persons with varied impairments. As part of its efforts to advance toward the metaverse, the company has been integrating 3D virtual avatars throughout its many platforms.

The social media giant said in a press release that 3D avatars would be accessible shortly in direct messages (DMs) and Instagram stories, in addition to the impending deployment of upgraded 3D avatars on Facebook and Messenger. Because of the change, users will now be able to create a digital image of themselves. Users may use the 3D virtual avatar to create a representation of their virtual self by picking the proper facial features, body forms, outfit styles, and other components. Digital personalities have a wide range of uses, including stickers, feed updates, and Facebook profile photos.

“We gave more than one quintillion potential combinations when we released our revised avatars a year ago, and we continue to add additional possibilities to give individuals even more opportunities to express themselves,” said Manish Chopra, director of Meta India and head of partnerships. “We’re always adding more choices to offer individuals even more opportunities to express themselves.”

Avatars have been updated to include new face shapes and other assistive devices for users with physical disabilities. These may vary from cochlear implants to over-the-ear hearing aids in a variety of colors. It also contains wheelchairs that will appear as stickers on Facebook, in Messenger discussions, and Instagram’s direct messaging area.

Furthermore, the firm has changed the design of avatars to better match the facial traits and overall look of users. Meta said that it has made some small changes to its characters’ facial shapes and skin shaders. Later this year, the company plans to extend the number of customizability options available in the avatar version.

Meta said in February that users in certain countries, including the United States of America, Canada, and Mexico, will be allowed to add 3D avatars to their Instagram stories and direct messages. It has also released updated avatars for usage on Facebook and Messenger.

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