Cavitar would like to thank MIT Edgerton Center for organizing the Short Course about high-speed imaging in June this year and the possibility to share our knowledge about laser illumination.
During the 4-day course the participants gained a wide knowledge about high-speed imaging and motion analysis. The topics covered cameras, optics, illumination, software and other relevant topics. After the theory lessons the participants were able get hands on experience with imaging systems in different lab works.
During the lab session about strobe lights, course participants were able to take an image of their business cards shot by a rifle bullet. With a digital camera, a power full strobe light and the correct triggering one got fascinating images.
More information on 2017 course can be found on the organiser’s website:
Picture Courtesy of Dr. Jim Bales, MIT Edgerton Center