Persistence of Vision Clock on a Propeller

Persistence of Vision Clock on a Propeller

Persistence of Vision [LP] - Vinyl, 26240855

Persistence of Vision [LP] - Vinyl, 26240855

thaumatrope - persistence of vision

thaumatrope - persistence of vision

In the advent of moving images, before film and video, the Zoetrope was one of the earliest tools for observing the phenomenon known as Persistence of Vision. Persistence of vision is the optical illusion, created between the eye and the brain, in which we can see a line of still images as one moving image. Persistence of vision occurs when a line of still images moves at a speed of 18 - 24 frames per second. The movement of the still images is too fast for our eyes and brains to process…

In the advent of moving images, before film and video, the Zoetrope was one of the earliest tools for observing the phenomenon known as Persistence of Vision. Persistence of vision is the optical illusion, created between the eye and the brain, in which we can see a line of still images as one moving image. Persistence of vision occurs when a line of still images moves at a speed of 18 - 24 frames per second. The movement of the still images is too fast for our eyes and brains to process…

A thaumatrope was a hugely popular toy in Victorian times, a kind of old-school stop motion trick, or an old-school show with only one channel. With the wonder of persistence of vision, a bird magically transported into a cage with just a twirl of a string.

A thaumatrope was a hugely popular toy in Victorian times, a kind of old-school stop motion trick, or an old-school show with only one channel. With the wonder of persistence of vision, a bird magically transported into a cage with just a twirl of a string.

POV-Ray - The Persistence of Vision Raytracer (free 3D software, linked from instructable's on how to make classic Star Wars-style scrolling titles)

POV-Ray - The Persistence of Vision Raytracer (free 3D software, linked from instructable's on how to make classic Star Wars-style scrolling titles)

Concept art of ZigZag's lair by Errol Le Cain, 1970s.

Concept art of ZigZag's lair by Errol Le Cain, 1970s.

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