Related formschron·o·scop·ic [kron-uh-skop-ik] /ˌkrɒn əˈskɒp ɪk/, adjectivechron·o·scop·i·cal·ly, adverbchro·nos·co·py [kruh-nos-kuh-pee] /krəˈnɒs kə pi/, noun
Examples from the Web for chronoscope
As soon as the point touched the animal the chronoscope circuit was broken by the raising of the upper arm of the key.
In a previous chapter I have described the "chronoscope" which was used by Marey.Practical Cinematography and Its Applications|Frederick Arthur Ambrose Talbot
The introduction of resistance by means of the rheostat, R, was frequently a convenient method of correcting the chronoscope.
Animal reacts and by its movements turns a key, RK (Fig. 6), thus making the chronoscope circuit and stopping the record.