To see the images on the discs designed for this English Phenakistoscope, c. 1835, viewers would look through the slots in the discs and see the animations in the mirror.

Фенакистископ To see the images on the discs designed for this English Phenakistoscope, c. viewers would look through the slots in the discs and see the animations in the mirror.

WILLIAM KENTRIDGE, Phenakistoscope, 2000.

WILLIAM KENTRIDGE, Phenakistoscope, Good idea for making phenakistoscope out of thrift store scratched LPs

Advertisement highlighting the bronze medal that the praxinoscope theatre received at the 1878 Exposition Universal in Paris.   The praxinoscope theatre was invented by Charles-Emile Reynaud. It was an improvement on his earlier device as it hid the mechanics of operation. It became part of a suite of popular philosophical or optical toys created in the 19th century. Like the praxinoscope theatre, most attempted to create the illusion of movement using a series of static images.

O teatro do praxinoscópio foi inventado por Charles-Emile Reynaud.

The sculpture Faster, Faster, features a zoetrope that is activated by a participant working the pedals of a static bicycle. The cycling action allows a film to be viewed within the optical device whilst pedalling.  The show continues until 28th July 2012.

The sculpture Faster, Faster, features a zoetrope that is activated by a participant working the pedals of a static bicycle. The cycling action allows a film to be viewed within the optical device whilst pedalling. The show continues until July

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.

Making of Animal Collective’s Animated Slipmat – Elliot Schultz – Medium

"The Bogle" - Thomas McLain - Phenakistascope - England - 1833

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

Le phénakistiscope est un des premiers appareils permettant de voir des images en mouvement et un précurseur du cinéma, il a été inventé par le belge Joseph Plateau en 1832. La mouvement d’une scène est découpé en 10 à 12 étapes qui sont disposées sur la circonférence d’un disque en carton et séparées par des …

Les disques en mouvement du phénakistiscope

Newly Digitized 'Phenakistoscope' Animations That Pre-Date GIFs by Over 150 Years

Richard BalzerA small sampling of the animated GIFs based on zoetropes and phenakistiscopes created by Richard Balzer that you will find on this tumblr and website. As described in his website:Nearly five hundred years ago European collectors arranged their pieces in cabinets of curiosities (Wunderkabinette) in an attempt to display their rare pieces. As collections grew, the more ambitious set aside rooms called Wunderkammern (Rooms of Wonder) for visitors to come and view their…

dickbalzer: “ Phenakistoscope, T. Baynes, Great Britain, 1833 Happy Halloween from The Richard Balzer Collection.


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