- strobe light,
- strobe lighting,
- strobe tuner,
Origin of strobe
Examples from the Web for strobe
The strobe lights in the cardboard bleachers flash and after a second take Coco nails her walk and gets whisked away for a nap.
Camera flashes from both onstage guests and the audience shutter like strobe lights.Paris Hilton's Trippy Los Angeles Release Party For Her Single With Lil Wayne|Jean Trinh|October 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
En route to our Budapest wedding, he was on the phone urging Strobe Talbot to “start the bombing.”
He lit them with two strobe lights, and made these portraits.
1942, shortening of stroboscope "instrument for studying motion by periodically interrupted light" (1896), from Greek strobos "act of whirling" + -scope.