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Slow Motion Sound

Major collection: Science & Technology
Named collection: Harold E. Edgerton Collection
Object type: film: 16mm
Maker: MIT, Lincoln Laboratory
Materials: Dupont stock
Measurements: 400'

David A. Cahlanover and John Tredwell, photography, at Edgerton's lab. "MIT Lincoln Laboratories Presents" "Simultaneous presentation of slowed-down motion and time-expanded sound" Title: MIT Lincoln Laboratory Presents Slow Motion Sound: Simultaneous Presentation of Slowed Down Motion and Time-Expanded Sound, begins with normal and slow motion of a hammer striking a metal ring Shows equipment used for demos, 24 fps camera, 768 fps camera All subjects shown at normal speed and then slow motion Door buzzer Woman typing at typewriter Explanation of sound and picture synchronization Popcorn popping in frying pan Nails being dropped on a metal sheet Cards being shuffled and tossed into a hat Bullet cutting card Alarm clock (ringer type) Bats flying around the room. Same as Tape C: Film 53. Also bat hanging upside down and bat flying up and hanging on a person's hand Hammer breaking a coke bottle [duration: ca. 08:58) (EH)


Related Subjects

Bats -- Harold E. Edgerton Negative Collection subject term