Critical moments in professional sports often happen in the blink of an eye. In baseball, a pitcher delivers his fastball to the plate in about 400 milliseconds. In 2008, Michael Phelps won the Olympic gold medal in the 100m butterfly by a half-stroke – barely 10 milliseconds. And although times are often only published to a resolution of 1/10th of a second, final timing in races are tracked to 1/100th of a second – sometimes even down to the sub-millisecond range. Read more
High speed motion capture of a lawyer and witness in a courtroom situation. Study interaction between multiple actors. Captured using machine vision cameras at higher than normal video rates, solutions available from 30 to 900 fps at HD resolution.
Both cameras can capture in sync at various speeds from 30 to 900 fps depending on interface. In addition to video, you can also capture audio.
This is a system developed by NorPix® for Prof. David Towers from Warwick University, formerly from the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. The multi camera capture system is being used in the field in Tanzania where Prof. Towers is investigating optical techniques and quantitative data analysis to understand mosquito behavior in sub-Saharan dwellings in order to design more effective controls of malaria transmission. The system is powered off of a Honda generator on the edge of a swamp (mosquito breeding area).
The system used in this research has 2 Baumer cameras at a resolution of 4MP each. The researchers are looking at adding 2 more cameras. This would allow the research to expand to other parts of Africa where there are insecticide resistant mosquito populations. A third project would require the use of 8 Baumer 4MP cameras, all capturing moving mosquitos in sync.
StreamPix 6 multiple camera is used to capture images from two cameras at 4MP each. The StreamPix motion detection module is used to monitor fly activity. The module monitors activity at 10 images per second and triggers a capture at 100 fps from each camera once motion is detected for a specific length of time. The length of sequence capture is adjustable by the user
You can read more about Combatting Malaria in the Financial Times of London and you can download their special report on Malaria published at the end of April 2015.
When capturing for motion analysis or the biomechanics of animals such as bats, primates, or lizards, it is essential that their movements be captured at high speed. With StreamPix® software, either a single camera or multiple synced cameras can be used to take rapid, uncompressed video.
In this example, a portable setup is shown for capturing lizard movements in an outdoor environment. Read more
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