An implementation of a real-time 3D video acquisition system on a single FPGA is presented. Our approach is based on the use of stereo image sensors and can display real-time 3D video when combined with shutter glasses. The 3D effect is generated based on the parallax of the stereo sensors. An overview of the system architecture is given, including some details of the FPGA implementation of actual image processing pipeline. This architecture provides the basis for a low-cost, personal 3D imaging appliance.