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Biomechanics Cinematography Of Reptiles, Quadrupeds, And Bipeds
Author(s): Marlene J. Adrian
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Paper Abstract

The history of Cinematography research can be described in levels of sophistication. The first level was the use of the single camera, primarily for qualitative research. The second level of sophistication was interpretive cinematography. The holistic method was the next level of sophistication, in which three-dimensional cinematography, two or more cameras, was used. Computerized cinematography was the next level. The last level of sophistication, used most extensively with humans, involved three-dimensional analysis and multiple cameras. One higher sophistication level that has been utilized with animals, rather than with humans, is that of cineradiography.

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Date Published: 24 February 1982
PDF: 5 pages
Proc. SPIE 0291, 2nd Intl Symp of Biomechanics Cinematography and High Speed Photography, (24 February 1982); doi: 10.1117/12.932310
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Marlene J. Adrian, Washington State University (United States)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 0291:
2nd Intl Symp of Biomechanics Cinematography and High Speed Photography
Juris Terauds, Editor(s)

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