The best solution for experiments with 3D video
with Raspberry Pi inside!

Paradise for coders
Did you know that stereo natively supported in Raspbian from 2014?
Capture still image...

...or capture a video

Use OpenCV for computer vision

Process it with Python or C++
  • raspistill utility in Raspbian natively supports stereo mode. To capture this image we used:
    raspistill -3d sbs -w 1280 -h 480 -o 1.jpg
  • raspivid, used for video capture in Raspbian, also support stereo out of the box.
    raspivid -3d sbs -w 1280 -h 480 -o 1.h264
  • Like Python? Picamera supports stereo, for capturing stereo you may just use:
    camera = PiCamera(stereo_mode='side-by-side', resolution=(1280,720))

  • C/C++? Picamera library also did this work for you
  • OpenCV for camera undistortion, stereo image calibration and depth map
  • You can find stereo mode implementation history on Raspberry Pi forum thread
Raspberry Pi inside!
StereoPi carrier board supports all Raspberry Pi Compute modules

Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 Lite

Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3

Raspberry Pi Compute Module 1
(power mode switchable)
Raspbian out of the box

Just download the latest Raspbian image, write it on MicroSD card – and here you go!
If you already worked with Raspberry Pi and have MicroSD with your project – just put it in StereoPi and continue with stereo!
Need stereo for old projects? Just enable second camera by putting dtblob.bin in boot partition.
Classic Raspberry Pi GPIO header

Use your Pi with external hardware?
We kept all classic Pi GPIOS for you to be able continue your projects!
Thermometers, servos, relays and other goodies for your fun!
Technical details

Dimensions: 90x40 mm
Supported Pi: CM3, CM3 Lite, CM1
Camera: 2 x CSI 15 lanes cable
GPIO: 40 classic raspberry PI GPIO
USB: 2 x USB type A, 1 USB on a pins
Ethernet: RJ45
Storage: Micro SD (for CM3 Lite)
Monitor: HDMI out
Power: 5V DC
Supported Raspberry Pi:
Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3
Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 Lite
Raspberry Pi Compute Module 1
Supported cameras:
Raspberry Pi camera OV5647
Raspberry Pi camera Sony IMX 219
HDMI In (single mode)
Firmware update:
MicroUSB connector
Power switch:
Yes! No more connect-disconnect MicroUSB cable for power reboot!
 Preorder your StereoPi
Now we have pre-production fully tested StereoPi carrier boards. Estimated price is about $59. You can make your preorder now, and we'll inform you when our crowdfunding campaign starts.