Seeing the

Motion amplification

Moving vibration analysis into the visual spectrum

Motion Amplification by RDI Technologies is a revolutionary video-processing product and software package that detects subtle motion and amplifies that motion to a level visible with the naked eye. Every pixel becomes a sensor creating millions of data points in an instant, measuring vibration or motion with high levels of accuracy. RDI’s patented technology measures deflection, displacement, movement and vibration of the entire field of view. We utilize video camera technology in conjunction with software and processing algorithms to extract meaningful data. You can now see the big picture without adding costly sensors or spending days modeling the asset.
IVT can measure deflection


IVT can measure displacement


IVT can measure movement


IVT can measure vibration


Innovision Vibration Technologies provides Motion Amplification (MA) services to all industries across Canada. We can help you visualize exactly how your equipment is vibrating.

Why visualization is so important

Visualization is key to determining faults in machinery,
infrastructure, and human performance

You can look at numbers and analysis from tools like accelerometers, strain gauges or modeling software and still not be able to visualize what the problem is. Sometimes just being able to see what is happening can change your perspective completely and allow for a more targeted and cost-effective approach to fault analysis. Seasoned vibration analysts try to “imagine” how the asset is moving while they study spectrums and waveforms. There are tools to magnify an image or to offer point measurements on a machine or piece of infrastructure, but no real way to see what is happening live and over the whole asset until now. 

Innovision Vibration Technologies

Motion amplification is a non-invasive, simple, and cost-effective way to visualize what is happening beyond what you can see with your eye. We aren’t guessing at the motion or adding in artifacts, you are seeing the true microscopic motions of any object in the field of view.