New crash test dummies

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New Crash Test Dummies. IDT Cameras show new dummies in action. PMG in Montreal is a test facility for the Canadian government. All cars purchased in Canada must pass safety testing done at PMG. The following video was shot in 4K by Canadian television (the equivalent to Discovery) to highlight PMG and crash safety. You…

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New Corkscrew Test Facility at Millbrook

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Millbrook Proving Ground (UK) have recently launched a new test facility, for roll over tests. IDT were pleased to be involved in this, by supplying extra cameras for the publicity filming of the initial vehicle test. A CC-4010 camera was used to film at 1000 fps using a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixel, and…

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Frame Synchronisation

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High speed cameras are often synchonised, (aka genlocked, framelocked) together. All but the most basic cameras include the ability to input or output a sync signal for this purpose. Creating movies with frames captured at exactly the same instant has many uses, including: Accurate motion analysis of an event with cameras at multiple viewing positions…

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Producing 3D Movies

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Producing a 3D movie is not as complicated as you might think. There are a few different formats of 3D file that are played on various devices. Here, I’ll explain how to produce a side-by-side movie, which seems to be the most common for playing on a 3D TV. A side by side movie made…

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Specifying a high speed camera for a microscope

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Most high speed cameras can be fitted to a microscope with the use of a C-mount adapter, but what makes some cameras more suitable than others? Firstly, the physical size/ shape. Does the camera fit without binding on the body of the microscope, and is it small enough to be supported just by the C-mount without…

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