Thank you for your interest in our High-Speed Digital Image Correlation with Phantom Cameras webinar! If you missed it or are hoping to rewatch it, just follow the link here for full access.
Digital Image Correlation (DIC) is a widely used, full-field measurement technique, in which a calibrated stereo camera pair determines the 3D coordinates of thousands of points within a dot pattern that is applied with spray paint or ink.
During rapid post-processing, reference coordinates are subtracted from each measurement frame, thus obtaining full-field 3D displacements and strains that can be viewed as color maps, movies, vectors, time histories, etc. The system can determine local displacements at the micron level despite significant rigid body motion and can take measurements anywhere from 1000 frames per second (fps) to 5 million (fps), doing the work of 10,000 strain gages in a fraction of the time.
This 1.5-hour webinar held jointly with Vision Research, AMETEK will present the benefits of DIC in high-speed applications as well as the Phantom High-Speed camera line. After the presentation, there will be exciting live demonstrations of ARAMIS, our 3D DIC system paired with Phantom cameras.
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