This project deals with the construction of a device to determine the actual angular motion in a hand held camera system caused only by the holder. An array of LEDs (8x8) is flashed so that one LED flashes at a time in sequence. This sequence is photographed by a system suffering from motion effects and this is compared with the image of the array when no motion effects are present. The displacements of each "blip" with respect to time is used to determine the motion of the camera system.
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School of Photographic Arts and Sciences (CIAS)
Hube, Randall, "Design, Construction, and Testing of Sequentially Flashing Led Array to Study Angular Camera Motion in Hand Held Camera Systems" (1976). Thesis. Rochester Institute of Technology. Accessed from
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