ITEA Virtual Lunch and Learn Series ~ FREE to Members! | International Test and Evaluation Association
Tuesday, October 12th 1:00pm-1:45pm (ET)
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The lunch and learn webinar is an introduction to Motion Amplification® technology, applications, and case examples with videos. Motion Amplification® is a video-processing technique that detects subtle motion and enhances that motion to a level visible with the naked eye. The process involves the use of a high definition and high dynamic range video cameras where every pixel becomes an independent point sensor creating millions of continuous data points in an instant. This essentially turns a high definition camera into a full field vibration acquisition device with over 2.3 million independent sampling locations. With Motion Amplification® all the points in the image are acquired simultaneously meaning relative phase can be determined across the entire scene for comparative analysis across the field of view. This solves fundamental issues in today’s standard contact-based data collections, that is for large assets outfitting them with contact sensors is costly and difficult because of the sheer number of sensors required to cover the entire asset, as well as all but eliminating spatial aliasing issues. This also ensures no interpolation or subsampling occurs. The patented technology can resolve motions as small as <0.01 mils (250 nanometers) at 1 meter and can be performed live and in real-time, making it suitable for a range of applications in research, product design/testing, troubleshooting, Test Cells, to field based fault diagnosis, dynamics and structural testing.
CEO, RDI Technologies
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12 - 12 Oct 2021
1:00 pm - 1:45 pm