The single camera cha-cha method for creating 3D photos can be generalized to use any moving camera platform. The platform could be a car, boat, plane, train, bicycle, etc. Depending on the distance covered between left and right image capture (the stereo base), you can make either hyper or hypo stereo photos. Hyper stereo photos result when the camera spacing is greater than the human eyes, and hypo stereo photos uses camera spacing less than the human eyes separation distance.
I found a good presentation by George Themelis - NSA (National Stereo Association) July 2010, http://www.drt3d.com/W04-HyperHypo.pdf about hyper/hypo stereo using the 3D Fuji W3 camera. He lists the pros and cons of single camera stereo, as well as general concerns encountered using a moving platform. You can use any camera to create 3D photos, although the article discusses use of the W3 features.