Motion amplification technology 


Through the use of motion amplification technology, a computer is able to analyse video footage and through the detection of changes in pixel contrast can detect miniscule movements and ampliy them to a degree that the human eye can detect them. This is extreemly useful in industrial settings, as a vibration undetectable to the human eye might unscrew a nut or bolt within a few days.





The technology also has various medical uses as it can easily switch from pixel contrast detection to pixel hue detection. This means that it can detect tiny changes in colour and magnify them, to show things like a person’s pulse from just the colour of their face.





 
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