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Phenakistoskooppi

Phenakistoskooppi

Forty years ago, after seeing his first “magic lantern,” an early image projector invented in the 1600s, Balzer developed an obsession with optical toys. Description from notey.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Forty years ago, after seeing his first “magic lantern,” an early image projector invented in the 1600s, Balzer developed an obsession with optical toys. Description from notey.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

los primeros trabajos de animación aparecieron hace más de un siglo, gracias a un artilugio conocido como fenaquitoscopio de Joseph Plateau

Los primeros GIFs y los inicios de la animación

los primeros trabajos de animación aparecieron hace más de un siglo, gracias a un artilugio conocido como fenaquitoscopio de Joseph Plateau

dickbalzer:  ′Nouveau Phenakisticope,’ France, c. 1835 Alphonse Giroux et Cie

dickbalzer: ′Nouveau Phenakisticope,’ France, c. 1835 Alphonse Giroux et Cie

Made in 2 days. Just was inspired by the flight of swallows. Project for After Effects included.

Swallow

Made in 2 days. Just was inspired by the flight of swallows. Project for After Effects included.

dickbalzer:  ““The Bogle” - Thomas McLain - Phenakistascope - England - 1833  ”

dickbalzer: ““The Bogle” - Thomas McLain - Phenakistascope - England - 1833 ”

Le Phenakistiscope, Paris, France, c. 1833.  From a boxed set published by Alphonse Giroux et Cie.

Le Phenakistiscope, Paris, France, c. 1833. From a boxed set published by Alphonse Giroux et Cie.

Simultaneous to Plateau's invention of the phenakistoscope, Austian mathematician and inventor Simon von Stampfer developed the Stampfer Disc or Stroboscope, that was essentially the same device as the phenakistoscope. This disc, entitled 'Cavalier playing the horn,' was sold as part of a set in Austria and England.

Simultaneous to Plateau's invention of the phenakistoscope, Austian mathematician and inventor Simon von Stampfer developed the Stampfer Disc or Stroboscope, that was essentially the same device as the phenakistoscope. This disc, entitled 'Cavalier playing the horn,' was sold as part of a set in Austria and England.

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El fenaquistiscopio, las primeras animaciones ópticas

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The Richard Balzer Collection

The Richard Balzer Collection

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