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To provide a breadth of resources for our students and faculty, Brooks Institute forms relationships with a broad range of corporations and organizations. Some of our key alliances are listed below.

Phanton Vision research has provided invaluable support for our students related to high-speed video using their Phantom cameras, allowing our students to produce professional-quality high-speed imaging for advertising, narrative and documentary filmmaking, educational communications, as well as scientific and engineering applications.

Wayne, N.J.-based Vision Research designs and manufactures the industry’s broadest line of digital high-speed cameras for use in a wide variety of industries. Vision Research products are indispensable in applications including defense, automotive, engineering, science, medical research, industrial manufacturing, packaging, sports broadcast, TV production and digital cinematography.

In addition to earning both Emmy and Academy Awards® for innovations in technology and engineering, Vision Research has been presented with numerous other research and development honors, recognizing its achievements in high-speed digital camera technology and sensor design. Marketed under the Phantom® brand, Vision Research digital high-speed cameras add a new dimension to the sense of sight, allowing users to see details of an event when it’s too fast to see, and too important not to™.

To learn more about Vision Research and Phantom cameras, visit their web site at http://www.visionresearch.com/.
Cognisys Cognisys has become a valued supporter of our student’s image production in the area of stop-action photography. Students use the Cognisys StopShot triggering devices to produce photography for advertising, editorial, and other communications purposes. Students in the scientific photography and nature courses also use the Cognisys StackShot device for focus stacking work.

Cognisys was founded by a couple of guys who turned their hobbies into a job working for "the man,” and then the job (and "the man") killed their hobby. Then something happened. They got bored. There was a snap. Some might say it was initiative and dedication - others would say that "idle hands are the devil's tools.” Either way, they started turning electronics back into something fun. Both of them were fascinated by high-speed photography. Thus StopShot was born. They even use laser beams. How cool is that?

To learn more about Cognisys products and imaging techniques, visit http://www.cognisys-inc.com.
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