Optical device used by painters to trace any image projected onto a glass support; also used in microscopes. Patented in 1806 by the English physicist and chemist William Hyde Wollaston.
A flipbook, or flick book, is a primitive form of animation that consists in a booklet with pages containing images that vary gradually from one page to the next, so […]
Early motion picture device, patented by Hernan Casla in 1894. It works on the same principle as the “flip-book”, where the slightly changing black and white photographic images, viewed at […]