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It is so fun to see the projects people are concocting with the new high quality cameras. With 2 you can make this cool 3D camera from the MagPi Magazine
To create 3D photographs, we need to be able to take two photos simultaneously, about 5 cm apart. These images can then be processed into a variety of different formats such as parallel view, cross-view, or anaglyph (when you wear red/green glasses). As this is a 3D project, it’s not surprising to learn that we’ll need two of everything. As we can only attach one camera per Raspberry Pi Zero W, we’ll need to prepare a left and right computer.
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