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Mavic 3 VR/AR/OpenCV? Parallax cameras?
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AntDX316
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This would be great as we can have topography in 3D when viewing w/ the DJI Goggle system that has 2 separate monitors, one for each eye.  Also, being able to recognize things and overlay Seamlessly would make life easy.

I never really get scared about the drone crashing.  DJI does it right so doing it right with better features would make life better.

We don't need more RGB cameras.  Might have to make the cameras like a hammerhead shark for great parallax.

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1-28 20:42
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Marty Markoe
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While we're at it, let's make a case for a versatile drone that works in the air and underwater with great parallax.
1-29 04:14
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Marty Markoe Posted at 1-29 04:14
While we're at it, let's make a case for a versatile drone that works in the air and underwater with great parallax.

The underwater would overheat in the air as most likely it uses the water to cool the electronics.  RC boats cool down when you keep them going as the water goes through the cooling system as there is no pump.
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You can do stereoscopic 3D with just one camera
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0Kajuna0 Posted at 3-25 16:11
You can do stereoscopic 3D with just one camera https://youtu.be/QzyjLtzPDNw

how do you do it?
3-25 18:43
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When flying sideways, you just need to offset one of the images by a few frames. For the shot that moves forwards, that's to parallel shots (forwards, move a bit to the right, and backwards, then invert speed on the second one)
3-28 13:47
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0Kajuna0 Posted at 3-28 13:47
When flying sideways, you just need to offset one of the images by a few frames. For the shot that moves forwards, that's to parallel shots (forwards, move a bit to the right, and backwards, then invert speed on the second one)

Can you show a how-to or do a screen recording w/ OBS of the entire procedure?
3-28 18:17
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