Omnistereoscopic Robotics for Oculus Quest

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Deckard

The omnistereoscopic camera.

It’s a one-button robot, you only have to worry about calculating the picture and when you’re ready, activate it. Deckard will make the capture in a totally automatic way, capturing the pictures that will form the Omnistereoscopic photograph.

The tests were conducted using a Sony Alpha 6 and a Meike 6.5mm photo lens.

 

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In 30 seconds, it will capture the 10 photos needed to perform the stitching, which is fully automated, and is done in three minutes.

The original capture system used by Deckard, as well as the model itself, are protected by PCI patent. If you want to manufacture it commercially you should contact us. But feel free to build it for your personal use.

To see how it works, click on the picture, and slide until you read:

                                         A Stereopanorama at the touch of a button!.

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Deckard can be built using “Arca-Swiss” parts, but in this particular case it is more economical to buy it already finished.

Nodal Ninja Fanotec, is the manufacturer of this “Robotic Panoramic Head”, which has all the functions we need to make Omnistereoscopic pictures.  We will simply have to make some slight mechanical adjustments, and program the capture. Otherwise its operation is the same as Deckard.

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Sterimathic

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The omnistereoscopic compact camera.

 

interaxialIt is a robot designed for Omnistereoscopic capture using  the Ricoh Theta Z1.

The necessary tool to turn the “3D Virtual Tours” into an Immersive Omnistereoscopic Experience, in which your clients will feel inside the photo.

Its operation, capture system and post-production is based on the studies and experimentation carried out by  J.Baranano.  Sterimathic is protected by a PCI patent.

índiceSterimathic  has been licensed to the company Nodal Ninja Fanotec, who will soon announce its launch.

 

 

 

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Its operation is easy and simple. Just install your Z1, connect the firing cable, manually adjust the interaxial distance and press a button.

The robot will automatically capture the eight fish eyes, images we need to compose the omnistereoscopic picture.

If you want to make it yourself, it’s really easy. All you need is a Mecha E1, and a DC-25 LeoFoto.  In this case you’ll have to shoot the camera remotely.

 

 

 

Sterimathic can also work inside the cars by adding a suction cup to the system.

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TAILWHELL

It’s a programmable robotic tripod. Designed to transport all kinds of panoramic heads. This robotic system converts your Omnistereoscopic camera into a 6Dof camera.

deckardTailweel uses two servomotors on its wheels, which are connected by wifi to the two servomotors of the two axle head that we can install on top… this opens a world of unlimited possibilities!

It is not only the 6Dof 360º, it can also be used for “Timelapses 3D 360º” and of course for video and cinema. Having an omnidirectional tripod that carries a two-axis head, allows you to create wonderful cinematic experiences, with a reduced cost.

 

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It’s an “Opensource” system, anyone can build it. You’ll need a “Dolly Tripod“, two “Ball Heads” and two “Mecha E1”The assembly instructions can be found on this page.

 

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Javier Baranano.

Stereoscopic consultant /supervisor/trainer.ESTEREOSCOPE copia

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