A History of Pre-cinema, Volume 1

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Stephen Herbert
Taylor & Francis, 2000 - 329 pages
This set reprints together for the first time rare and essential material on the history of pre-cinema.Volume 1: Olive Cook, Movement in Two Dimensions [1963]. Volume 2 features the first facsimile reprinting of the often-overlooked "British Journal of" "Photography," Volume 3 is comprised of a selection of articles originally published between 1827-1861.
 

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Contents

Explanation of an optical deception in the appearance of the spokes of
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Camera obscura 3
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Photography 7
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Moving photographs
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Chronophotography
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and Charles Fremont 1894 16 November 1895
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Magic Mirrors anamorphics Magazine of Science 13 April 1839
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Description of the patent Kaleidoscope invented by Dr Brewster
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An Improved Kaleidoscope Hobbies April October 1896
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Description of the Thaumatrope David Brewster Edinburgh
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E S Snell American Journal of Science and Arts 1835
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On the Properties of the Daedaleum a new Instrument of Optical Illusion
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A new fact relating to Binocular Vision A Claudet Proceedings of
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Optical Toy Sport Dr Scoffern Boys Own Paper 17 December 1881
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