The Stereo 3D module is able to export your images for use with Facebook's 3D photo feature.
The 'Facebook' button in the module saves your image as dual JPEGs; one image that ends in '.jpg' and one image that ends in '_depth.jpg' Uploading these images as photos at the same time will see Facebook detect and use the two images to generate a 3D photo.
Please note that due Facebook's algorithm being designed for terrestrial photography, the 3D reconstruction may be a bit odd in places with artifacts appearing and stars detaching from their halos. Nevertheless the result can look quite pleasing when simply browsing past the image in a Facebook feed.
The 'WebVR' button in the module exports your image as a standalone HTML file.
The classic Denoise module caters to the former, while the Denoise 2 module caters to latter.
In this case the Life module can be used to isolate objects in an image and lift them from an otherwise noisy background.
To view just the model that Life is using to enhance the image, the 'Output Glow Only' parameter can be set to 'Yes'.
It doesn't stop there however – the Fractal Flux module can use any output from any other module as input for the flux to modulate.
You can convert everything you see to a format you find convenient. Give it a try!