MIT Short Course
June 17 - June 20
Join Photron at MIT for a professional education course on High-Speed Imaging for Slow Motion Analysis, June 17 – 20, 2019.
From MIT’s James W. Bales, Lead Instructor:
A speeding bullet spatters against its target. Manufacturing equipment shreds valuable product. A new phone case survives a drop, but the phone does not.
High-speed imaging systems reveal what the eye alone cannot see. That’s why I’m excited to share that I’m teaching the MIT Professional Education course, High-Speed Imaging for Motion Analysis, June 17 – 20, 2019.
I’d like to invite you to join us on the MIT campus this summer for this timely program.
Innovate with confidence
If you collect data on rapidly moving subjects and events, then this four-day program may be right for you. In addition to evaluating standard techniques, you’ll test the latest in high-speed-imaging equipment, working with manufacturers’ representatives who will be onsite to provide hands-on instruction.
Alongside your highly accomplished peers, you’ll:
- Explore the fundamental principles of high-speed photography and videography as used for human interpretation and computer motion analysis
- Examine the trade-off between depth-of-field, field-of-view, resolution, and lighting requirements, and determine the appropriate lens to capture clear, crisp images of the event under study
- Assess methods of merging high-speed electronic images and instrumentation data for in-depth analysis of mechanical events
Join me on campus
Seats are limited, so I encourage you to register for High-Speed Imaging for Motion Analysis today and begin expanding your organization’s capabilities in the evolving field of high-speed imaging. I hope to see you on campus!