and people saying that didn't see that those mainframes from decades ago didn't disapear, now they are supercomputers instead ( top500.org ) - the future of desktop may be on multicored workstations (like those BoxxTech, MacPro, etc.), or stuff like RaspberryPi-supercomputers inside an atx case
Saying that 'Linux was killed' is ludicrously stupid! - Linux is just a kernel, and it appeared based on GNU development, which started years before OSX or Windows-NT even started - GNU/Linux is notably the most popular operating system in webservers, supercomputers, mission critical applications, and the Linux kernel the most popular in smartphones and tablets. GNU, Linux, and the generality of the software libre are developed mostly on the human factor only, made from people to people, not from corporations to consumers - no money are needed to develop them. The more people and lobbies are trying to kill Linux, the more it will be stronger!
where can we find binary i386
.deb packages for testing?
this can be done easily with ffmpeg and imagemagick - you need two video sources, and from a ffmpeg script, extracting a picture sequence from both videos, one sequence from the left camera, and another from the right - with a bash script using imagemagick you will separate the colour channels from each frame: red from one camera, and green/blue from another - and having the separation done, you will join with imagemagick again the red channel picture frame from one and green/blue from another, into a new picture sequence, and when you have this sequence ready, you convert it into video again with ffmpeg - try googling for ffmpeg and imagemagick instruction arguments when coding this bash script