Quantity   Component name
1 × StereoPi regular The StereoPi will connect both our cameras to the Raspberry Pi Camera
1 × Raspberry Pi 3 Compute Module This will plug into the StereoPi and be the main processor for Stereo Ninja: Dual camera in, 3D HDMI out
2 × Suitable Raspberry Pi cameras While using the standard Raspberry Pi modules works to some extent, you really want a higher quality module. Using the really expensive ~50€ ones doesn't give you that much benefit, but you should prefer to use a ~10-20€ camera instead of a 3€ camera. In any case, choose two identical ones with identical optics!. We went for a Waveshare RPi Camera (Type F) with the 5 megapixel OV5647 sensor. This camera allows to change the lens to any other with a M12x0.5 thread. We replaced the standard lenses with ones with a focal length of 5,2 mm.
1 × ASUS VG248QE Buy a 3D monitor, but be careful: It MUST support SBS or TB HDMI mode, i.e. both of the 2d pictures are placed "side-by-side" (SBS) or "top-bottom" (TB)"
1 × Shutter glasses suitable for the 3D monitor Depending on the monitor you use, you need to use a compatible set of 3D shutter glasses. We use NVidia ones but choose whichever brand you trust most.
2 × Long camera FCC cable (optional) Allows mounting the Raspberry Pi further away from the cameras
1 × Camera Stand We built our own, see build instructions