micromotion film

micromotion film

[′mī·krō‚mō·shən ‚film]
(industrial engineering)
A record of a specific task made with motion picture film or video tape in which each component of the activity is recorded in an individual frame.
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Some historians have found evidence that casting workers in Gilbreth's micromotion films glamorized the work by allowing them to imagine themselves as "undiscovered Mary Pickfords" (Lindstrom, 2000, p.