We have all seen slow-motion replays
in sports broadcast, as well as on TV commercials and popular
YouTube channels. Myths have been debunked, water balloons popped,
and bullets shot. Watching slow-motion replay of very fast phenomena
has led to deeper scientific understanding and breakthrough
discoveries. But, there is more to high-speed imaging that
slow-motion playback. Camera systems can be integrated with data
acquisition to allow the correlation of external measurements to
visual feedback; motion analysis tools in playback software can use
data in the image to calculate speed, acceleration, angles, and
more. And, tracking points in a slow-motion playback can lead to
additional visual insights.
In this Webinar, you'll learn about some of these tools and how they can be used to increase the utility of your high-speed camera.
Frank Mazella, Learning Products Manager, Vision Research
Frank Mazella has been the Learning
Products Manger for Vision Research in Wayne, N.J. since 2002.
Vision Research is a worldwide leader in the high speed digital
imaging systems, and their Phantom cameras have continually been on
the leading edge of high-speed imaging technology.
Prior to joining Vision Research, Frank worked for a variety of data communications companies as a training manager developing diverse data communications courses for more than 30 years. Frank has an Associate Degree in Computer Systems Technology, along with a host of certifications from various companies.