How to build a 3D camera for that special occasion
Now we're reluctant to comment on where the events in this photo are about to lead. The pony certainly doesn't look best pleased with the situation. Actually, the point of it is to demonstrate the 3D stereographic effect. While it's hardly as professional as an IMAX presentation, it's a very cheap and different way to record a birthday party, office night, fist fight or wet t-shirt competition.
How do you build a 3D camera, anyway? According to Photojojo, with Duct tape, obviously. And two disposable cameras, more importantly:
Step 1: Turn one of the cameras upside down to get the two lenses as close together as possible (lenses aren’t usually located in the center of the camera). Line the cameras up so the lenses are on the same level.
Step 2: Tape the cameras together with duct tape. Don’t cover up the shutter buttons or winding mechanisms.
And that's pretty much it. Animating the photos is as easy as crossing your eyes or quick fiddle with Photoshop. Photojojo has all the details, so you'll be making 3D porn portraits of the kids and the family in no time at all.