Overkill: Use an Old Pacemaker To Control Delay In A Drop Shot

I’ve seen some crazy setups for high speed photography utilizing all sorts of weird parts. There is even a system that will turn the lights off for you, if you so please. But, this is the first time I am seeing such a huge overkill in term of components used to gain some control over the circuit.

Overkill: Use an Old Pacemaker To Control Delay In A Drop Shot

David Prutchi from Implantable Device has plenty of old pacemakers that cannot be no longer be used for their original purpose. He used one of those to substitute a delay circuit in a high speed photography setup. The delay can then be controlled by adjusting the atrioventricular node delay on the device.

Overkill: Use an Old Pacemaker To Control Delay In A Drop Shot

You can read more about this crazy setup on implantable device.

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