The RIG 2:13DHYP can transport any camera on the market, being able to work with interaxial distances ranging from 6.6cm to 21cm.

The cameras can be mounted facing the same side or opposite sides, in order to obtain the maximum and minimum interaxial distance possible.


Steriopsis is the human capacity to perceive the environment in three dimensions thanks to the interaxial distance of the optical set of our eyes, which we call interpupillary distance.

Carl Zeis Jenoptem 7 x 50 (DDR)

With 6.4cm of interpupillary distance, a human being no longer perceives steriopsis at about 220 meters, which is why Binoculars´ eyepieces are placed at orthographic distances, but their objectives have hyperstereoscopic bases. The Binoculars were and remain the first augmented reality system.

In order to photograph a Skyline we cannot use an Orthoesterepscopic base because the stereo effect is hardly noticeable, so in this case we are forced to use hyperstereoscopy.

This technique requires a correct knowledge of both disciplines; stereography,  panography and their marriage. As we increase the interaxial distance we will have to elevate the tripod from the ground, so In this case we have to use pertigas and we will not be able to operate the RIG manually. To solve this problem a motorized base  is  incorporated, which allows you to shoot remotely.


BEAMSPLITTER (In development)

This RIG has been configured to work as “BeamSplitter” so its interaxial working range will go from 21cm to 1cm, becoming an “All Road” RIG, It uses a remoted servomotor to be operated at high pertigas.