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Resultado de imagem para Boltanski

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"Phonographantasmascope    In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, an extension of the Zoetrope principle.    It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use."

The Phonotrope (formerly the Phonographantasmascope) Animation using a record player.

UK-based artist Katy Beveridge created wonderful bicycle animations that play on rotating bicycle wheels. The animations are only viewable when seen through a video camera (they appear as a blur to…

Bicycle Wheel Animations by Katy Beveridge

UK-based artist Katy Beveridge created wonderful bicycle animations that play on rotating bicycle wheels. The animations are only viewable when seen through a video camera (they appear as a blur to…

This is a 3D Zoetrope I created for Makerfaire 2014. The horses were modeled and animated in Blender and then each frame printed on a 3D printer. The animation occurs…

This is a Zoetrope I created for Makerfaire The horses were modeled and animated in Blender and then each frame printed on a printer. The animation occurs…

Visitors to the “Ruppert and Mulot 101” exhibit at Wayfarers Gallery had the chance to see one of the pair’s amazing 3D phenakistiscopes, which come to life on a turntable under a strobe light. This was from a narrative series called “Le petit théâtre de l’ébriété.” More examples in this video, plus some 2D phenakistiscopes from Barrel of Monkeys

Praxinoscope (I think), it improved the zoetrope (see my how to pin here on this board). In any case, whatever you call it, these figures spinning on a record player turntable are amazing and really illustrate the tricks of the human eye.

Rufus Butler Seder tells the story of his optically-animated LIFETILES murals and his best-selling Scanimation(r) books in the context of the history of moti...

MAGIC, ART & SCANIMATION is a fascinating 30 min documentary by the artist Rufus Seder in which he tells the story of his optically-animated murals and books in the context of the history of motion pictures.

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The phenakistiscope, invented in the gave one of the nineteenth century’s first moving images.

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Praxinoscope (Émile Reynaud) version with crank handle

"The Old New World" is a Photo-based animation project. ------------------------------------------------------ It's a travel back in time with a…

“The Old New World” (Photo-based animation project) on Vimeo- courtesy of Dan Bevis @ JuicyPips

H1 - The first seaworthy clock, created by Harrison, who solved the longitude problem. Inspiring! National Maritime Museum in Greenwich

John Harrison’s first "sea clock", called was tested on a return voyage to Portugal in

▶ Amazing Animation using wheel - YouTube

This is a project with a bicycle wheel, zoetrope and animation that is just very very cool. By a UK artist. Be sure to watch his Africa is Moving video for the UN AIDS project!

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