I'm doing a PhD in neurosurgery and I'm trying to implement 3D display and recording in our surgical microscope.
I think I've solved the most difficult part, namely getting two parallell genlocked cameras in perfect position on the microscope.
I have two genlocked cameras with s-video and RGB output (IQ is great for the nominal resolution, because it's two identical 3CCD cameras, so no Bayer interpolation common in you average HD-camera^^).
I now want a convenient setup to simultaneously display and record the combined 3D output from these cameras, and here's where I need suggestions and creative ideas!!
Providing it's a stable solution I think I can get an ok budget..
I'm thinking dedicated hardware rather than software-based solution.
Maybe some kind of converter that would result in a 3D-HDMI 1.4 signal that I could both record (bluray recorder?) and display using some passive technique (shutter glasses will not work for my application, polarizing glasses might)
Suggestions much appreciated!