How You Can Import Instagram Pictures in STYLY

In STYLY your personal pictorial images can come to life on-screen. You can import images from Instagram to STYLY and can create 3D custom modeling. With this, the features of Instagram can be incorporated with features of computer graphics available in STYLY.  The blend of these two technologies gives a user a new level of experience in the world of visuals. The primary design goals of importing Instagram pictures into STYLY is to make the 3D photo capture process easy for inexperienced users. A user can get images captured by handheld and low-cost camera and still can get the 3D view or VR view with this feature. Imagine you have seized any place or moment digitally and preserved it in a way that allows you or your friends to virtually re-experience the existence of it.

Go to STYLY web-page.Click on the EDITOR tab.

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A separate web-browser tab would be launched. Now you just have to click on Launch STYLY Editor option button.

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This will take you to the STYLY Editor.

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Once the Editor is loaded you can see a pop-up window. Using the two options on the pop-up you can either create a scene or use the scene you have created. As it requires no downloading at the same time it provides auto-save mode on cloud-space.

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Go to Assets tab on the top right of your screen.

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You can see the default option set on the left translucent screen of the window. You can remove them if you do not need them.When you click on the Assets option it would pop-up an insert Asset window.

Then click on the image/Gallery tab.

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Now you would see the Instagram tab, just click on it.

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Clicking on Instagram you would be able to launch Instagram pictures.

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Authorize and login with your Instagram Account.Instagram Logged in screen would appear.

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Select an image and click the arrow sign.

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Instagram image imported to STYLY.

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You can apply STYLY 3D effects to Instagram Images. 

Thanks Instagram users. We hope you have found this tutorial useful. If you create some distinctive imports with this technique please be sure to post your comments.