Binocular Vision /bɪˈnɒkjʊlə ˈvɪʒ(ə)n/noun Vision using two eyes with overlapping fields of view, allowing good perception of depth.Definition: Oxford Dictionaries
Stereoscopic /ˌstɛrɪə(ʊ)ˈskɒpɪk/adjective Relating to or denoting a process by which two photographs of the same object taken at slightly different angles are viewed together, creating an impression of depth and solidity.Definition: Oxford Dictionaries
Binocular fusion and ParallaxPositivespace screenNegativespace Top view
Parallax /parəlaks/noun The effect whereby the position or direction of an object appears to differ when viewed from different positions. Definition: Oxford Dictionaries
Our 3D solution- (Almost) Zero budget- Easy to build- Materials are easy to find
How it works- The distance between the two objectives isvirtually equal to 6,5 cm (2.5 inches), similarto the distance between our eyes.- The convergence can be easily adjusted asdesired.- Dimensions are small when compared withthose of a professional rig.
Materials (and costs)- N°1 40x20cm wooden board (2€)- N°2 20x20cm wooden boards (2€)- N°2 mirrors (free samples)- N°2 supports for the mirrors (7€)- N°2 wooden supports for the cameras (free)- screws and various components (2€)Total cost: less then 15€
Why you should use it- With a cheap system like our 3D rig, youcould use two reflex cameras (and all theirquality) to shoot 3D videos in FullHDresolution.- The convergence can be setted from theinfinite to a really close point (nearly 20 cm),depending on what are you shooting.- You can easily buy the materials and build itusing only a screwdriver.