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Intensified Imaging Technology: pco.dicam Series
Curious about intensified imaging...

Intensified Imaging Technology: pco.dicam Series

Curious about intensified imaging technology? Watch our newest video to learn about the system behind the pco.dicam series.

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Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging (FLIM) with a focus on frequency domain FLIM with pco.flim
This video tutorial explains how...

Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging (FLIM) with a focus on frequency domain FLIM with pco.flim

This video tutorial explains how fluorescence lifetime imaging (FLIM) can be done and what the benefit of frequency domain FLIM done with a pco.flim camera system is.

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pco.dimax electron beam welding
Elektronenschweißen
Freundlicherweise zur Verfügung gestellt...

Elektronenschweißen

Freundlicherweise zur Verfügung gestellt durch: Westfälische Hochschule Gelsenkirchen Bocholt Recklinghausen, Fachbereich Maschinenbau und Facilities Management, Institut für Maschinenbau. Beim Elektronenstrahlschweißen schmilzt und verdampft der Werkstoff aufgrund der hohen Energiekonzentration schlagartig und bildet einen Dampfkanal, der sich in die Tiefe des Werkstücks bohrt und bei der Relativbewegung von Strahl und Werkstück die Schweißnaht bildet. Gefilmt wurde dieser Vorgang mit einer pco.dimax und 9.000 Bilder/s. Die Belichtung ist abgestimmt, um den eigentlichen Schweißprozess-Dampfkanal zu sehen. Zusätzlich ist eine häufig angewandte Prozesstechnik, den Strahl über elektromagnetische Spulen zu pendeln – hier umgesetzt mit der sog. Kreispendelung (Durchmesser 0,4 mm). Bei 10 Hz bewegt der Elektronenstrahl den Dampfkanal, während bei höheren Frequenzen (bspw. > 500 Hz) der Elektronenstrahl den Dampfkanal vergrößert. Unten links ist der geöffnete Dampfkanal sehr gut zu erkennen, während sich der Elektronenstrahl am Rand bewegt.

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pco.flim video
Luminescence lifetime imaging camera
This video shows the principle of...

Luminescence lifetime imaging camera

This video shows the principle of photoluminescence in the time domain (pulsed excitation) and in the frequency domain (continuous, modulated excitation) using the pco.flim – a specialized camera for luminescence lifetime measurements in the frequency domain. The corresponding waveforms of light, shaped and delayed by a reflective target and a photoluminescent sample, are visualized. In the time domain a short light pulse excites a photoluminescent sample, which emits a decaying light pulse. In the frequency domain, the same sample introduces a phase shift to the luminescent response of the periodically modulated excitation light. This particular phase shift can be detected by the pco.flim, which provides a dedicated modulatable image sensor.

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Four eye fishes Blue Paw Artists
Four Eyes Fishes and Pelicans
Four eyes fishes live in tidal waters...

Four Eyes Fishes and Pelicans

Four eyes fishes live in tidal waters and they are sometimes hunted by pelicanes, who need to chase them into little deeper waters. Rainer Bergomaz of Blue-Paw-Artists (blue-paw-artists.com/) used pco.dimax high-speed cameras to record these fascinating sequences. In case you are interested in the footage please contact Blue Paw Artists (rainer.bergomaz@blue-paw-artists.com). {Copyright BR 2017}

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Young Kingfisher
Young Kingfishers
This is part of a larger TV...

Young Kingfishers

This is part of a larger TV documentation about kingfishers which was created by Blue Paw Artists. The camera man Rainer Bergomaz did this fascinating footage with a pco.dimax HD highspeed camera at Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixel) at 200 frames/s.

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Acid Splash Defense or Bombardier Beetle
Acid Splash Defense or Bombardier Beetle
Slow motion sequence of a typical acid...

Acid Splash Defense or Bombardier Beetle

Slow motion sequence of a typical acid splashing defense of a Bombardier beetle. Rainer Bergomaz of Blue Paw Artists has taken this never before seen footage (blue-paw-artists.com/). The slow motion was recorded with PCO camera technology. In case you are intested in the footage please contact Blue Paw Artists (rainer.bergomaz@blue-paw-artists.com). Copyright BPAW 2017

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Jumping Crocodile
Jumping Croc
Crocodiles on Cuba have added skills to...

Jumping Croc

Crocodiles on Cuba have added skills to their hunting capabilities. They learned to jump for prey, an amazing footage taken by Rainer Bergomaz, from Blue-Paw-Artists (blue-paw-artists.com/). The slow motion was recorded with PCO camera technology. In case you are intested in the footage please contact Blue Paw Artists (rainer.bergomaz@blue-paw-artists.com). {Copyright BR 2017}

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Bee Hummingbird
Bee Hummingbird - the World’s Smallest Bird
The bee hummingbird, considered as the...

Bee Hummingbird - the World’s Smallest Bird

The bee hummingbird, considered as the world's smallest bird, in size competition with butterflies. The sequence was recorded in the caribbean by Rainer Bergomaz from Blue-Paw-Artists (blue-paw-artists.com/). The slow motion was recorded with PCO camera technology. In case you are intested in the footage please contact Blue Paw Artists (rainer.bergomaz@blue-paw-artists.com). {Copyright BR 2017}

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Tough Life of young crocodiles
Tough Life of Young Crocodiles
Some scenes of the tough life of young...

Tough Life of Young Crocodiles

Some scenes of the tough life of young crocodiles recorded by Rainer Bergomaz from Blue-Paw-Artists (blue-paw-artists.com/). The slow motion parts were recorded with PCO camera technology. In case you are intested in the footage please contact Blue Paw Artists (rainer.bergomaz@blue-paw-artists.com). {Copyright BR 2017}

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