We had a great time catching up with everyone at this month's NAB trade show in Las Vegas. While NAB caters to the broadcast and film industry, we find that technology first showcased here can benefit all kinds of applications, making it a great resource for high-speed camera users in many applications. This blog post is a quick recap of what we were showing and where Phantom cameras were featured around the show.
Vision Research teamed with the Colorado School of Mines to create a paper about the use of Phantom cameras in advanced explosives testing. Phantom high-speed cameras have allowed the AXPRO Group to develop a more precise method of analysis.
While many system integrators offer complete software and camera packages, it’s important to understand the requirements of your application to determine if a complete package is right for you.
Engineers and researchers typically reach for sensors when they want to evaluate the stress-strain characteristics of materials or look at how applied forces affect objects, but now there's a better way.
To better understand helmet-impacting surface interactions, researchers at the University of Southern Mississippi used Digital Image Correlation (DIC).