DiVAS Strobokymography

The advantage of kymographic proceedings is that they depict the realtime movement of the vocal cords. This means that non-periodical actions are depicted as well. These proceedings, however, require extensive evaluation at high cost.

The strobokymography uses the known kymographic principle which pictures one line each from sequenced stroboscopic images one under the other. The resulting one-dimensional image indicates the horizontal wave movement of the vocal cords during the phonation.

So far, stroboscopic records had been evaluated only image by image. Now, the evaluation is exact, reliable and faster than before.

Information from the video strobokymogram is subject to the same restrictions as information from the stroboscopy itself. Strobokymography is a simple and cost-efficient way to interpret stroboscopic images.