iX Cameras is pleased to participate again in MIT’s Summer Short Course 6.51s:
The 2017 high-speed imaging and motion analysis course consists of morning lectures focused on learning the fundamentals of lighting, imaging technologies, and motion analysis. The lectures will be followed by afternoon laboratory work where attendees capture high-speed images using the latest high-speed imaging equipment and techniques. The engineers from iX Cameras will be on hand to provide guidance on using the world’s fastest high-speed cameras.
Peter Carellas, President & CEO of iX Cameras will lecture on cutting-edge high-speed video capture methods, optical theory and lens selection.
The four-day course is held at the Edgerton Center at MIT and provides the broadest experience in high-speed imaging and image analysis available anywhere.
For more information, please visit: MIT Professional Education
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