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Oct 22, 2019

Project update 29 of 38

Field Report Grand Prix Contest Winners!

by Eugene Pomazov

The Finalists

We are excited to present these three cool projects:

Minimalist case from mounting plate

This nifty case project was done by user Taki(Germany). You can see all the details in their field report.

Archaeological Survey Drone

This drone project from ZSEM university and the Coggnix startup was submitted by user Boris D (Croatia). Read the full report.


This extensive project was submitted by JackDesBwa (France), and includes three field reports:


All of the finalists will receive a StereoPi Deluxe Kit…

…and also a couple of very special cameras for the StereoPi: two V2 pinhole fisheye cameras from Soho Enterprise. These tiny modules gives you a 187 degree FOV, so you can do experiments with 360 panoramic photos or 180 degree interactive panoramas (like this one from a StereoPi user on our forum).

And for our first place winner we will add two V2 cameras from the Raspberry Pi Foundation:

The Winners

Congratulations all!

We’ll be contacting our winners soon for prize delivery.

What was your experience with StereoPi? We welcome your feedback! Send us a Tweet, write us an email, or post it on our forum.

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