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Hi I would like to experiment with some cheap stereo vision. I already have one Logitech Quickcam using the gspcav1 driver, and I wonder if someone can tell me if ...
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    Question Stereo vision with usb-webcam


    Hi I would like to experiment with some cheap stereo vision.

    I already have one Logitech Quickcam using the gspcav1 driver, and I wonder if someone can tell me if it is possible to connect two of these and receive images at the same time in Linux?

    I have tried to do stereo capturing on my labtop using the build in bison web-cam and my Quickcam, running 'XP' I was not able to get images from both cameras at the same time. Unfortunately my labtop refuses to run linux, so I don't know if it would work with there.

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    I have borrowed an extra cam.

    Doesn't work using a logitech quickam 9000 pro + quickam express in opencv.

    I can open both cameras alone, but not both. I get the following error.
    'VIDIOC_DQBUF error 22, Invalid argument'

    I am going to try using the unicap library.

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