Very Cheap Solution to Film in 3D from Weber State University

Homemade 3D device

There are many ways to shoot 3D video but very few are suitable for everyone, especially for those with a limited budget. The Scientific Analysis and Visualization Initiative at Weber State University has created a device that is based on two Kodak ZX1 pocket HD cameras. The cameras are placed on a L-shaped aluminum bar via machine screws with 6.5cm between them ( because this seems to be the correct distance to film in 3D ).

This is a great and also a cheap solution to film in 3D considering the fact that this homemade device costs only $250.

Via Geeky-gadgets

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