Can you use the Qoocam Ego to capture a 3D 360 photo? With the right panoramic head, you can, and the stitched resolution is 19k, which is DSLR/mirrorless territory.
Qoocam Ego (reviewed here) is a 3D camera that captures 1080p 3D videos and 3D photos (12mp per eye) and has a removable 3D viewer. Because of its narrower non-360 field of view, its videos are much more detailed than those of consumer 360 cameras, and are similar in detail to professional 3D 360 cameras.
Although the Qoocam Ego is a non-360 camera, it is possible to use it to capture a 3D 360 photo using a panoramic head. 360 photographer Dean Zwikel used a Qoocam Ego to capture a 3D 360 photo with a stitched resolution of 19K. To do so, he had to take 40 shots with the Ego and stitch the left eye and right eye views separately. Because of the relatively large number of shots needed, Dean opted to use a Nodal Ninja Mecha motorized panoramic head.
The samples that Dean shot look exceptionally detailed and are highly immersive. The only downsides are that nearer objects strained my eyes a bit, and any movement in the scenery in between the shots appear as discrepancies.
You can download sample shots in over-under format or anaglyph format. You can view the 3D 360 photo on the Quest by copying the photos into the Quest’s internal storage, then using an app such as Deo VR or Pigasus VR to view the photos. Be sure to change the viewing options to 3D over/under and 360 view.