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J. Perelman
"Entertaining physics". Book 1.
Chapter 1. Speed. The addition of movements

LOUPE TIME

When wells wrote his “New accelerator”, he hardly thought that something like this will ever come true. He had, however, to live up to this: he could see with his own eyes - but only on the screen - those paintings, which are created once his imagination. The so-called “loop time” shows us on the screen in slow motion many of the phenomena occurring usually very quickly.

Loupe time” is a cinematic camera that makes per second, not 24 images, as conventional movie cameras, and many times more. If filmed so the phenomenon is projected onto the screen, letting the tape at normal speed of 24 frames per second, then the audience will see the phenomenon stretched - made in the appropriate number of times slower than normal. The reader has happened, likely to see on the screen such unnaturally smooth jumps and other slow effects. Using more complex devices of the same kind is achieved by slowing down even more significant, almost reproducing what is described in the story of the wells.

Entertaining physics J. Perelman

 




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