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stro·bo·scop·ic

(strō'bō-skop'ik),
Pertaining to the illusion of motion, retarded or accelerated, produced by visual images observed intermittently in rapid succession.
[G. strobos, a twisting around, fr. strephō, to twist, + skopeō, to view]
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If T is an integer larger than 2, then the cyclic animation will simply consist of N = T number of frames and the resulting animations will not have any reconstruction errors or temporal aliasing. If we ignore these two conditions, we will face a variety of problems.
Temporal aliasing may cause the animated object to appear: (1) to rotate slower than the intended speed, (2) to rotate in the opposite direction of the intended motion, and (3) to stop.
Equation (4) is useful to identify three distinct temporal aliasing cases.