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Outcomes Of Mid-Air Collisions Between Drops And Solid Particles
Outcomes Of Mid-Air Collisions Between Drops And Solid Particles The study of drop-particle collisions involves examining the outcome of the impact of a particle on to a drop of liquid in mid-air. In applications such as tablet coating in the pharmaceutical industry, or the refining of heavy crude oil in fluid catalytic cracking, the information gleaned from this experiment is vital.  Continue Reading...
The Heat Is On: Examining Two-Phase Flow And Heat Transfer With High-Speed Cameras
The Heat Is On: Examining Two-Phase Flow And Heat Transfer With High-Speed Cameras We rely on air conditioning and refrigeration to operate through a heat exchanger — a transfer of heat between one or more fluids, essentially increasing heating and cooling efficiency and flow. A group of Pennsylvania State University students is studying two-phase flow and heat transfer phenomena in an effort to advance these processes and their technologies.   Continue Reading...
High-Speed Cameras Make Sound Visible And Improve Noise Absorbers
High-Speed Cameras Make Sound Visible And Improve Noise Absorbers It is extremely important for the airline industry and its research groups to support and develop noise reduction strategies not only to limit hearing impairment, but also to reduce various diseases like high blood pressure or stomach ulcers. One approach for inhibiting the noise of aircraft engines includes the application of bias flow liners. In order to better understand this approach, sound waves need to be made visible.  Continue Reading...
Explosives Engineering: High Speed Imagery For Research And Experimentation
Explosives Engineering: High Speed Imagery For Research And Experimentation Using high-speed imaging is the best way to understand how to apply explosives to accomplish objectives with the best results in industries ranging from construction to mining or defense. Vision Research is in collaboration with the Colorado School of Mines in order to develop a university-level short course on the use and benefits of high-speed imaging, while experimenting with explosives and ballistic applications.  Continue Reading...
Vocal Folds: High-Speed Digital Cameras Facilitate Revolutionary Research In Diagnosing Voice Disorders
Vocal Folds: High-Speed Digital Cameras Facilitate Revolutionary Research In Diagnosing Voice Disorders Voice disorders are unfortunately not as uncommon as most people would think. Around 7.5 million Americans have trouble using their voice every day, and not enough is known about this subject to understand how to prevent these disorders. Dr. Deliyski, a researcher at the University of South Carolina’s Arnold School of Public Health, is committed to advancing the scientific understanding of the human voice, and plans to develop a new...  Continue Reading...
High Speed Cameras Aid In Spacecraft And Astronaut Safety For NASA
High Speed Cameras Aid In Spacecraft And Astronaut Safety For NASA At a lab in New Mexico, A team is assessing this dangerous “space trash” with the use of ultra-high-speed imaging cameras. They fire fake “space trash” no bigger than a pea at things like oxygen tanks and steel cables. Let’s just say it never ends well (everything gets ripped in half), and the scientists can’t even see the projectiles to track them. That’s where Vision Research Phantom cameras, such as...  Continue Reading...
High Speed Imaging With Laser Illumination When it comes to attaining high quality images, the illumination source is just as important as the camera’s resolution and sensitivity. No matter how excellent the quality of a camera system is, it makes no difference to an image where the subject is incorrectly or poorly lit. High speed imaging applications can utilize a wide range of light sources for their subject matter. However, applications such as welding, ballistics, impact...  Continue Reading...
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High Speed, Scientific CMOS Camera: Rolera Bolt High Speed, Scientific CMOS Camera: Rolera Bolt
The Rolera Bolt, QImaging's new Scientific CMOS camera, was designed for demanding high-speed, low-light imaging. As a cost-effective solution, it was designed to meet the imaging requirements for a diverse set of applications ranging from live cell fluorescence to whole organism motility studies. Capable of streaming at 30 full frames per second with 1.3 mega-pixel resolution and 3e- read noise, the Rolera Bolt is perfect for tracking high-speed dynamic events with detailed spatial and temporal resolution.
Ultra High Speed Video System for Military and Aerospace Research Applications Ultra High Speed Video System for Military and Aerospace Research Applications
Photron’s FASTCAM SA5 is a high speed camera that operates at up to 1 million frames per second, and 7,500 fps at mega pixel resolution, making it ideal for applications including materials research, combustion, ballistics, cavitations, aerospace, fluid dynamics and PIV.
FALCON 1 Mega Pixel Scientific EMCCD Camera FALCON 1 Mega Pixel Scientific EMCCD Camera

The FALCON EMCCD camera, model FA285-CL, features a 1kx1k EMCCD sensor that stands out with its extreme sensitivity, high resolution, high speed and excellent Quantum Efficiency. The camera is peltier cooled, uses a 16 bit A/D converter and offers a standard CameraLink output. The Falcon camera offers outstanding performance for low light applications, such as fluorescence imaging, astronomy, electrophoresis, X-ray and hyperspectral imaging.

Twice The Memory At 32 GB: FASTCAM Mini AX, UX, And WX High Speed Cameras Twice The Memory At 32 GB: FASTCAM Mini AX, UX, And WX High Speed Cameras

Photron’s FASTCAM Mini AX, UX, And WX high speed cameras are now available with 32 GB memory, at least twice the amount from the current 4 GB, 8 GB, and 16 GB options. With this new memory option, FASTCAM Mini cameras are ideally suited for demanding high-frame-rate imaging applications including onboard/off-board automotive safety testing, biomechanics, material sciences, military/aerospace research, fluid dynamics, and critical laboratory research.

Fastcam MC2: High Speed Video Imaging System Fastcam MC2: High Speed Video Imaging System
Photron, Inc., a global high speed imaging systems and image analysis software supplier, introduces the Fastcam MC2, a new high speed video imaging system incorporating two small (35mm x 35mm x 35mm) and lightweight (3.2 oz) camera heads.
High Speed MWIR Megapixel Science-Grade Infrared Cameras: FLIR SC8000 HD Series High Speed MWIR Megapixel Science-Grade Infrared Cameras: FLIR SC8000 HD Series

FLIR's SC8000 HD Series is the most cost-effective, high-definition infrared camera on the market. It has a highly sensitive cooled InSb detector and delivers true high-definition MWIR imagery, superb resolution, and lightning-fast frame and data rates.

Phantom® Miro® Digital High-Speed Cameras: N-Series Phantom® Miro® Digital High-Speed Cameras: N-Series

The Phantom® Miro® N-Series of tiny, Hi-G cameras are optimized for demanding applications where the head can fit into hard to reach places. The system is composed of three simple, interchangeable components that flow seamlessly into the Miro Junction Box: the Miro N5 Camera head, the CXP cable, and the Miro N-JB Base.

Multi-Head High-Speed Camera: FASTCAM Multi Multi-Head High-Speed Camera: FASTCAM Multi

The FASTCAM Multi is a multi-head, high-speed camera system ideal for applications involving the life sciences, defense and aerospace R&D, fluid dynamics, material science, microscopy, explosives testing, off-board automotive safety testing, and digital image correlation. It can be outfitted with one to two compact camera heads that can access confined areas where traditional camera housings wouldn’t fit.

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