​​What is Strobe Effect, term which is used in disclaimer of Online Streaming?

A Strobe is a light or lamp that flashes regularly and can make moving objects look like they’re not moving or like they’re moving very slowly. If the object you’re looking at using a Strobe is moving at the same frequency as the Strobe is flashing, the object appears completely motionless.
The Stroboscopic Effect is a visual phenomenon caused by aliasing that occurs when continuous motion is represented by a series of short or instantaneous samples. When viewed under a Strobe light with its frequency tuned to the rate at which the droplets fall, the droplets appear to be suspended in mid-air.

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