DIY red/blue stereographic images

There are way, way easier ways to do this, but they do cost money up front and you don’t get that satisfaction of creating your own expensive and unwieldy franken-device that performs an obscure function. It has to be said that their little dual-camera rig looks pretty cool and is not limited by splitting the light as a simple mirror setup would do. The single-lens solution I linked above works up to f/11, which is really unbelievably slow. Anyway, DIY types and experimental photographers might want to give both a try.

Dual-Camera Stereoscopy [, via MAKE:blog]