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Submission + - High-Speed Camera System Catches Close-Ups of Snowflakes in Mid-Air (gizmag.com)

Zothecula writes: Falling snow can play havoc with radar systems, so the more that we know about the manner in which snow falls, the better that those systems can be equipped to compensate for it. That’s why for the past three years, researchers from the University of Utah have been developing a device known as the Multi-Angle Snowflake Camera – or MASC. Using three cameras and two motion sensors, it captures 3D photos of snowflakes in free-fall.
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High-Speed Camera System Catches Close-Ups of Snowflakes in Mid-Air

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