This is a easy-printing housing for an ELP stereo webcam, which comes as a bare board with fisheye lenses: the ELP-960P2CAM-L180
It accepts a 1/4"-20 nut in the bottom to allow tripod mounting: you may want to glue the nut in place (I used hot-melt glue).
I initially intended for this to be the bottom part of a two-piece complete enclosure, but it works well enough on its own that I'm using it like this for now.
Some photos show an older revision - latest one has rounded bottom edges, extended retention tabs on the top, and a groove for the "camera on" LED light to be reflected and transmitted through from the back of the camera to the front.
(Print does not include the actual tripod shown in one of the photos.)
Designed in SolveSpace 3.0 (currently unreleased, master branch used.) SolveSpace is a lightweight, fast, parametric 3D CAD system, that is free, open-source, and cross-platform. Highly recommended. Source for this object is in the zip file - housing-bottom-lightgroove3.slvs is the recommended file. (Looks like it might be rejected by MyMiniFactory? What a bummer - hard to modify a model without the sources. The same model is on Thingiverse with the sources.) The others are either components (model of the camera, model of a nut) or earlier versions. I used PrusaSlicer to "repair" the exported STL to meet MyMiniFactory's software check - it prints just fine, not sure what's wrong with the STL.