It’s pretty easy, and fun to do.. also, very cheap.
What do you need?
Two Disposable Cameras
Tape both Cameras like this photo:
(one of them should be upside-down)
Since the lenses are about 4 inches apart and human eyes are usually 2.5 to 3 inches apart, the 3D effect won’t be perfect. And besides, it’s a disposable camera, so treat it as a toy and just have a good time.
Having subjects in the foreground and the background will show more of the 3D effect.
Just like any good 3D horror movie, the best shots show something coming out of the picture at you.
Remember that the cameras won’t focus closer than about three feet.
If you need to use flash, turn on the flashes for both cameras and expect things to come out a little weird.
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Fantastic! I just found this on Photojojo website. Portable Darkroom supplements and a pinhole camera!
A portable darkroom & camera all in one cleverly designed box
Designed and hand assembled in France, it’s a miniature photo lab that lets you shoot and develop a photo all in one clever box.
Just how clever is it? Shooting and developing only takes 3 steps. 1) Slip photo paper into provided holder and place in the box. 2) Expose the photo via a pinhole in the top of the box. 3) Steep the photo in the provided developer and fix.