11 April 2001 Increasing use of high-speed digital imagery as a measurement tool on test and evaluation ranges
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In military research and development or testing there are various fast and dangerous events that need to be recorded and analysed. High-speed cameras allow the capture of movement too fast to be recognised by the human eye, and provide data that is essential for the analysis and evaluation of such events. High-speed photography is often the only type of instrumentation that can be used to record the parameters demanded by our customers. I will show examples where this applied cinematography is used not only to provide a visual record of events, but also as an essential measurement tool.
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Graham Phillip Haddleton, Graham Phillip Haddleton, "Increasing use of high-speed digital imagery as a measurement tool on test and evaluation ranges", Proc. SPIE 4308, High-Speed Imaging and Sequence Analysis III, (11 April 2001); doi: 10.1117/12.425003; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.425003
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