Definición de stroboscope en inglés:

stroboscope

Silabificación: stro·bo·scope
Pronunciación: /ˈstrōbəˌskōp
 
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sustantivo

Physics
1An instrument for studying periodic motion or determining speeds of rotation by shining a momentary bright light at intervals so that a moving object appears stationary.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He also constructed his own stroboscope and kinesiscope.
  • The stroboscope creates patterns and colors by interference with the brain waves.
  • Instead, he made a kind of mechanical stroboscope.
1.1A lamp made to flash intermittently, especially for this purpose.
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  • One of these toys was a stroboscope which rotated in front of a mirror and simulated moving pictures from figures drawn in it.

Origen

mid 19th century: from Greek strobos 'whirling' + -scope.

Derivativos

stroboscopic

Pronunciación: /ˌstrōbəˈskäpik/
adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The short-lived microcavitation bubbles were visualized using time-resolved microscopy with stroboscopic illumination.
  • A stroboscopic snapshot of the tube location is given in Fig.3, where the tube displacements in the x, y plane are clearly evident.
  • An early work, his and Binkley's stroboscopic tour de force, Caught, remains a classic of popular appeal.

stroboscopically

Pronunciación: /ˌstrōbəˈskäpik(ə)lē/
adverbio
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  • By changing this delay we stroboscopically record the response of the magnetization as a function of time.
  • We stroboscopically display the motion of single sperical wavefronts from sources arrayed along y-axis.
  • Cue a lot of chases, stroboscopically edited fight scenes, and the odd twist here and there.

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