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High Speed Camera Applications

Applications

A high-speed camera is an electronic device capable of capturing images with exposures times of less than 1/1,000 second. It is used for recording fast-moving objects onto a digital storage medium. After recording, the images stored on the medium can be played back in slow motion frame by frame.
Digital high speed video turns the invisible into the visible by slowing down countless processes to a speed that allows for greater analytical study in aerospace, manufacturing , mining , automotive, academic research taking place in university labs plus many more industries.
Food Processing
Food Processing
Aerospace
Aerospace
Automotive Testing
Automotive Testing
Surface Mining
Surface Mining
Biology Study
Biology Study
Semi Conductors
Semi Conductors
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Aerospace

In this areospace application we have a seat ejection video taken at a high frame rate. When the video is played back in slow motion, you are able to see great detail of the event that would otherwise be impossible to see.

Biology

In this biology application we have a animal heart beating video taken at a high frame rate. When the video is played back in slow motion, you are able to see great detail of the event that would otherwise be impossible to see.

Manufacturing

In this manufacturing application we have a belt running on a pully video taken at a high frame rate. When the video is played back in slow motion, you are able to see that the belt is about to break . This would otherwise be impossible to see with out the high speed video recording.

Digital Image Correlation ( DIC)

DIC software recognizes the pre-applied dot pattern from the pictures taken at the start of the test when there is no load, then it calculates the deltas between dots in subsequent pictures to give strain and the displacement. Please feel free to call one of our imaging experts to discuss in greater details how DIC can work for your up and coming testing applications.
DIC

Semi Conductors

In this semi conductor application we have a wire bonding video taken at a high frame rate. When the video is played back in slow motion, you are able to see that the wires are bonded in their correct location . This would otherwise be impossible to see with out the high speed video recording.

Research & Development

In this research and developemnt application we have a drop test video taken at a high frame rate. When the video is played back in slow motion, you are able to see that the barrel which is used to store nuclear waste, is able to withstand the crushinbg force of the huge steel plate . This would otherwise be impossible to see with out the high speed video recording.

Automotive

In this automotive application we have an exploding airbag video taken at a high frame rate. When the video is played back in slow motion, you are able to see that the airbag filled properly and in the correct amount of time to hopefull save a life. This would otherwise be impossible to see with out the high speed video recording.

Surface Mining

In this surface mining application we have a detonation video taken at a high frame rate. When the video is played back in slow motion, you are able to see if all of the detonations occure in the correct sequence, moving the earth in the location which was expected. This would otherwise be impossible to see with out the high speed video recording.

Pharmaceuticals

In this pharmaceutical application we have a sorting video taken at a high frame rate. When the video is played back in slow motion, you are able to see if all of the pill bottles are pushed into the conveyor correctly. This would otherwise be impossible to see with out the high speed video recording.

Food Processing

In this food processing application we have a sorting video taken at a high frame rate. When the video is played back in slow motion, you are able to see why there was a jam-up of the cans and take corrective action to keep the line moving. This would otherwise be impossible to see with out the high speed video recording.

Beverage Packaging

In this beverage packaging application we have the transfer of a foil label video taken at a high frame rate. When the video is played back in slow motion, you are able to see that the label transfered correctly to the next step in the filling process. This would otherwise be impossible to see with out the high speed video recording.