high-speed photography

high-speed photography

[′hī ‚spēd fə′täg·rə·fē]
(graphic arts)
Photography to record movement or events that occur too quickly to be observed by usual visual or photographic means; motion pictures may be shot at high speeds (50-500 frames per second) and projected at normal rates, so that the action of the subject is slowed to a point where it can be observed; or a series of individual still photos may be produced.
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Even the invention of high-speed photography didn't solve all the mysteries.
Using high-speed photography and a 3-D microscopy technique, researchers discovered that stimulating the microbubbles with ultrasonic pulses pushes the bubbles toward the clots.
Additionally, the sensor features an on-chip scaler, and supports 16-megapixel high-speed photography, allowing users to capture multiple high-resolution frames in rapid succession.
This is the speed of light captured: there is nothing in the universe that moves faster, so we are at the physical limit of high-speed photography," Raskar added.
When designing this system, Bear used high-speed photography to pin down the best suppressor position on the string for maximum impact.
Though cats have been lapping liquids in public for millennia and early high-speed photography revealed some basic aspects of their drinking, Reis says he knows of no detailed analysis of the phenomenon preceding the one he and his colleagues published online November 11.
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Ma is also working on flexible photodetectors, or optoelectronics, which are applicable for high-speed photography.
This classification includes: close range analytical photogrammetry fundamentals method and the high-speed photography method.
An international team of researchers used high-speed photography to capture the moves of the flytrap, Dionaea muscipula (DIE-oh-NAY-ah muhs-KIH-pew-la).
For all the simplicity of the model, though, data collection requires highly sensitive equipment including the capacity for high-speed photography.
Photo-analysis software makes use of high-speed photography that stores images and through software measures fragment edges and sizes when blasting rock.

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