May 4, 2021
There have been many great videos that display the power and use of Motion Amplificaiton® this year. To show you our favorites, we compiled this list of the top 10. […]
There have been many great videos that display the power and use of Motion Amplificaiton® this year. To show you our favorites, we compiled this list of the top 10.
Take a look at this close-up shot of guide rolls on a paper machine.
This video shows the orbits of multiple ROIs, giving you a full show of what the Motion Amplification® software can do.
This video was taken by Frederic Robinet, owner of Machinery Reliability Solutions cc, after a client noticed that a different reliability company had not balanced the fan properly.
Watch as VIMS shows us different angles and filters of piping along with the waveforms and orbits to back it up.
Craig Smith shows us how a routine inspection can turn into a fascinating Motion Amplification® video and a reliability win.
Taking a step out of the factory, this video shows the displacement and twisting on a pedestrian bridge.
Avoiding camera shake when using the Iris M™ is one of the best ways to ensure a clear shot, but even with a little shake, Motion Amplification® magic can still happen. Watch this video with camera shake that still shows vital vibration issues.
Check out this bump test of a turbine impeller from VIMS!
Motion Amplification® doesn’t limit itself to machines and structures. Check out this video of a vibrating toothbrush and the waveform it creates.
If anything can be art, why not Motion Amplification® too? This video of a windmill creates a fascinating optical illusion you’ll want to try yourself.
Thank you to everyone who shared Motion Amplification® posts with us in 2019. We hope you have a happy New Year. Make sure to follow us on LinkedIn to see more posts like this.
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To find your license in the software follow the instructions below if you don’t have access to your software you can use this FAQ:
Open the “RDI Motion Amplificaiton” Program
Click on the “Information” icon in the upper right-hand corner
Your license ID is located on this screen identified by the green box