Last night I built an aluminum 3D camera rig that holds two cameras for either still or video photography. My own interest is in shooting 3D video.
The rig is small, light weight, easy to transport and will hold any modest sized still or video camera. I stole the construction idea from someone else and will pass all that along “soon”.
I hope to “soon” start shooting 3D video with two cameras. With family events, business travel looming, starting to write my M.S. thesis in software engineering, and bad weather, having a chance to put it all to use and test it out may be a while yet!
But sometime in the future, I hope to share some cool 3D stereoscopic videos. Get your red-cyan glasses ready!
- New MIT video camera shoots a trillion frames per second (gizmag.com)
- Low end camera and camcorder sales dive, expensive cameras rise (coldstreams.com)
- How many clicks will your camera shutter last? (coldstreams.com)
- Research for Stereoscopic Headset #5 (1stpersontech.wordpress.com)
- Peter Jackson Has a LOT of Red Cameras [The Hobbit] (uberreview.com)
- Peter Jackson Explains “Red Epic” 3D Camera Technology (geeksaresexy.net)
- 3-DIY: Eric Kurland (video) (makezine.com)
- Stereoscopic Cameras (lofiphotog.wordpress.com)
- Review – Fujifilm FinePix REAL 3D W3 10 MP Digital Camera (techie-buzz.com)
- Panasonic unveils 3D-capable 3D1 camera (electronista.com)
- GoPro 3D Hero System: Surf Gear Review (dailystoke.com)
- 5K 3D at 48fps? Peter Jackson is bringing something big to The Hobbit (michaelthinks.typepad.com)
- Panasonic’s GX1 Micro Four Thirds and 3D-Shooting 3D1 Compact Cameras Unleashed (gizmodo.com)
- Two-axis panning time lapse rig built from Lego (hackaday.com)