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Stereocamera for research
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Author:  atcold [ 11 Jan 2013, 18:48 ]
Post subject:  Stereocamera for research

Hi, I was wondering which are the available models of stereocameras usable for research.
The MEGA-DCS (http://users.rcn.com/mclaughl.dnai/products.htm) is $1600, the BumbleBee (http://www.ptgrey.com/products/bumblebee2/bumblebee2_stereo_camera.asp) is $2000.. Is out there something less expensive but yet outputting a synchronised outstream?
USB or Firewire connection would be desirable.

Thanks indeed for the cooperation

Author:  Bloody [ 22 Jan 2013, 16:09 ]
Post subject:  Re: Stereocamera for research

There are some consumer grade stereo 3D-cameras that could be modified a bit to produce somewhat better results (better lenses and filters), they are available very cheap and use USB connection, but they will probably still not match the level of quality and features that a research 3D camera offers. You can check out the Minoru 3D webcam for example, though there are also a lot of other Chinese knockoffs already available at even lower prices.

Author:  nosys70 [ 23 Jan 2013, 01:14 ]
Post subject:  Re: Stereocamera for research

all depends what kind of research you are performing.
you can get a cheap t10 or td20 outputting SbS (side to side ) video.

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