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Mikrotron cameras help high jumpers achieve the perfect take-off

The Faculty of Sport at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, conducted a study aimed at establishing the optimal kinematic parameters of the take-off action of high jumpers. Biomechanical analysis was conducted using two synchronised cameras operating at 50Hz, and one Mikrotron Motion Blitz Cube high-speed camera with a 500Hz frequency

MotionBlitz CVR recording system

Mikrotron has released the MotionBlitz CVR recording system, which combines an EoSens 4 megapixel CoaXPress colour camera remotely connected to an industrial-grade DVR

Heart-shaped flow lines are formed in the flow cytometry setup. Copyright Zellmechanik Dresden

High-speed camera cuts cell analysis from days to minutes

Scientists at the Dresden University of Technology have developed a high-speed imaging technique able to analyse cell samples 10,000 times faster than conventional methods

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