Abstract

An electronic method, using a TV system, which analyzes on-line the motion of various things, is described. The single sampled images may be digitized and stored in a minicomputer memory at TV rates, but this limited sampling frequency may be increased with the aid of a triggered stroboflash. The analysis of the acquired data may be made after the acquisition of either an image sequence or a single frame, according to program time and frame sampling frequency.

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