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Whoever did this is a genius! and I'm guessing they're probably also in college...

22 Clever Hiding Places To Stash Your Stuff

Phenakistoscope 64

Phenakistoscope 64 - 好きな音楽



Love the masterful proportion, drapery, and anatomy with equally balanced style in these Oreb drawings for Sleeping Beauty

I may be a fan of realism, but these Tom Oreb designs from Sleeping Beauty are well… beautiful.

10 pints for Gryffindor!

10 pints for Gryffindor!

magic lantern, Witte's Moviescope zoetrope, Kinora viewer, and a 19th century phenakistoscope

magic lantern, Witte's Moviescope zoetrope, Kinora viewer, and a century phenakistoscope Optical Illusions

Joseph Plateau (14 October 1801 – 15 September 1883) was a Belgian physicist. He was the first person to demonstrate the illusion of a moving image. To do this he used counter rotating disks with repeating drawn images in small increments of motion on one and regularly spaced slits in the other. He called this device of 1832 the phenakistoscope. Wikipedia

Daguerrotype portrait of Belgian physicist Joseph Plateau, born October He invented the phenakistoscope, an early version of the zoetrope, which demonstrated the illusion of moving images.

Water colour ,double exposures

everywhere art: Double Exposure Portraits Reinterpreted

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.