The following comes from NewScientist.com:
- 17:34 28 June 2005
- NewScientist.com news service
zoom in on a test target and superimposes a cross-hair in the centre of the image. When the marksman aims and fires, an accelerometer detects the small shock pulse created as the pin strikes the cartridge cap and starts the camera snapping. It captures a rapid series of digital images, which record the motion caused by the gun’s recoil.
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