nextScan's proprietary LuminTec Stroboscopic
LED light line technology, freezes the motion of the film and creates archival quality images while allowing for a top speed of over 300 pages per minute (PPM).
frames were analyzed for the presence of one or more types of abnormal MTP.
Developed by German physician Max Joseph Oertel in 1878, stroboscopic
light examination allows routine, slow motion evaluation of the mucosal cover layer of the leading edge of the vocal fold.
1 set of multifunctional electronic stroboscopic
digital endoscope, Approved the budget of 0.
or strobe light was used to elicit the potential for the first clinical VEPs but work by Regan et al showed that the visual cortex responds better to more structured stimuli with edges rather than diffuse stimuli and paved the way for the use of patterned stimuli.
LED lamps went rapidly on and off, accompanied by hard stereophonic sounds of clicking, thus evoking a disorienting stroboscopic
When the hammer fell on a standard fixed-sight early Military & Police, the hammer spur blotted out the rear sight, creating an almost stroboscopic
effect on the person aiming and firing rapidly.
If an object is moving across an occupant's gaze, a stroboscopic
effect can create hazards, especially in industrial settings.
Diagnostic value of stroboscopic
examination in hoarse patients.
Unilux, a leader in stroboscopic
inspection lighting, offers 57 different models of stroboscopic
inspection lights, including several designed specifically for narrow web applications on presses and slitter/rewinders.
Viscoelastic properties of the human tympanic membrane studied with stroboscopic
holography and finite element modelling, Hear.
The threshold action is necessarily stroboscopic
, as the threshold condition can be checked only at finite intervals.