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scientific instrument that provides a flashing light synchronized with the periodic movement of an object

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An optical vibrometer, stroboscope interferometer, or comparable
In all, 868 high-powered 'stroboscope' lights will be integrated into the facade of Burj Dubai and the tower's spire -- and each stroboscope will be fired individually to create a series of hypnotic lighting sequences.
A xenon stroboscope for ignition timing is strong enough to use in daylight.
In the case of CCD camera, the time interval between subsequent frames of the recording [DELTA]t was equal to 10 or 5 ms, dependent on the stroboscope frequency, while for the SpeedCam camera it was = 0.
The new ATMOS Strobo 21 LED-a flashlight stroboscope with totally new light technology-together with the ATMOS Cam 21 ENT video camera is an excellent combination for diagnostics.
If the plant had a basic preventive maintenance program in place, the missing bolts would have been found much earlier by looking at the coupling using a stroboscope (yes, guards should have OSHA specified inspection ports).
The stroboscope creates patterns and colors by interference with the brain waves.
Gardco offers the PK2 pocket stroboscope, a highly stable instrument for taking non-contact RPM measurements and inspecting moving parts by freezing or slowing down the action.
Use Stroboscope, to insure that Powerstat settings are known for the speeds required: low (10,800 rpm), medium (14,700 rpm) and high (15,700 rpm).
Contrary to the complex PET bottle inspectors, this system exclusively works with the stroboscope analysis module (SAM), which identifies petrochemicals and volatile hydrocarbon compounds.
Dozing through the highlights on Saturday night was like watching a modern football match viewed through a stroboscope from your school's old physics class.
In end-over-end mixing, the assay solution and the microparticles did not move actively, which was observed visually using a stroboscope.
Plusieurs danses desarticulees et acrobatiques se succedent depuis sur cette musique ( smurf , break-dance , electric-boogie , ralenti , stroboscope , street-dance , hop-rock ) de meme que des facons de s'habiller et de se coiffer, ainsi qu'un graphisme d'inscriptions murales ( tags ) ou de fresques (graphes)(10).
Edgerton for the invention of the stroboscope, Wilson Greatbatch for his cardiac pacemaker, Luther Burbank for his Elberta peach plant patent, and Ernest H.