Videokymography: high-speed line scanning of vocal fold vibration.

@article{Svec1996VideokymographyHL,
  title={Videokymography: high-speed line scanning of vocal fold vibration.},
  author={Jan G. Svec and Harm K. Schutte},
  journal={Journal of voice : official journal of the Voice Foundation},
  year={1996},
  volume={10 2},
  pages={201-5}
}
A digital technique for high-speed visualization of vibration, called videokymography, was developed and applied to the vocal folds. The system uses a modified video camera able to work in two modes: high-speed (nearly 8,000 images/s) and standard (50 images/s in CCIR norm). In the high-speed mode, the camera selects one active horizontal line (transverse to the glottis) from the whole laryngeal image. The successive line images are presented in real time on a commercial TV monitor, filling… CONTINUE READING

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