StereoPi: preparing for the batch production

Since my last blog post on June, 29, we have a lot of news.


1. We chose a factory for the batch production.

2. First factory 20 prototypes were assembled and passed all tests!


3. We're also conducted some additional experiments:

  • Livestream 3D video over external videolink:


  •  ROS depth map building


TL;DR for ROS implementation is here

  •  YouTube stereoscopic livestream over LTE dongle


  • Livestream to Oculus Go (3rd person view like in computer games)


Oculus experiment details are here

  • Front view/rear view livestream from our crawler 


  • 360 degree panoramic photo


TL;DR step-by-step experiment description is here

4. We plan to start crowfunding campaign in the nearest weeks.

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If you have any hardware or software questions, I'm ready to answer them. 

UPD> Thanx Tomas for reminder in his comment - I forgot to put a link on a project's site:

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  • If you have classic Raspberry Pi with the camera, you can repeat all our video livestream experiments. Livestream to YouTube, Android and Oculus Go. Also you can repeat our behind-the-scene experiments with video livestream to WIndows desktop, Mac or any RTMP server.

    Today we want to share with you our Raspbian image. We call it SLP (StereoPi Livestream Playground). It supports single-camera mode and also two-camera mode for StereoPi.

    You can find image, Android application and brief manual in our Wiki

  • So, yesterday we started our crowdfunding campaign. If you're curious - look for details here:

    An open source stereoscopic camera based on Raspberry Pi
  • Yes, it will!

  • Whoops wrong link, sorry about that.  I meant this version that connects to the full size pi CSI.


    Spy Camera for Raspberry Pi
    Is your house haunted? Or, rather, are you convinced that your house is haunted but have never been able to prove it since you've never had a cam…
  • Andrew, this camera is for Pi Zero. As you may know Pi Zero have a smaller connector for camera ribbon, and also camera have another type of a ribbon itself. So cameras for Zero are not compatible with classic Raspberry Pi and vice versa.

    StereoPi compatible with "classic" Raspberry and cameras for this line of Pi, but not with Zero's cams.

  • Would it be compatible with this type of camera?
    Zero Spy Camera for Raspberry Pi Zero
    Is your house haunted? Or, rather, are you convinced that your house is haunted but have never been able to prove it since you've never had a cam…
  • Excellent. Can't wait for production.

  • Andreas, for full set with Raspberry Pi Compute module and two V1 cameras expected price about $120, and the single board starts near $70. 

  • Looks very interesting. What will the price be?

  • upd> Thomas, our product is open source. We will open all schematic and PCB drawings, so you can use and modify it for your purposes. The only thing is not-opensourced in our project is Raspberry Pi Compute Module, hardware is closed by Raspberry Foundation. 

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