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The stroboscope was created by Harold Eugene Edgerton. The stroboscope can produce breath taking images. Harold Eugene Edgerton also created the first underwater time-lapse photography with Jacques Cousteau in 1968. He also invented sonar devices that analyzed the rock of the sea bed in 1960. He also gave a seismec profile of the sea floor in 1961. He also wrote Flash:Seeing the Unseen by Ultra High Speed Photography in 1939 with J.R. Killian Jr. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk • contribs) 12:42, August 25, 2006