an early on device for exhibiting motion pictures, producing the impression of movement from a strip of perforated movie bearing sequential images which conveyed over a light origin with a high-speed shutter.
An instrument for creating curves by the mixture of circular motions; -- labeled as additionally kinescope.
An obsolete form of moving-picture viewer, where a film carrying consecutive instantaneous views of a moving scene travels consistently through the industry of a magnifying cup. The observer sees each image, momentarily, through a slit in a revolving disk, and these glimpses, mixed by persistence of sight, provide the impression of constant movement. It has been superseded by more modern variations of motion picture projector and electric video people.
A kind of movable panorama.
a guitar for illustrating the outcomes of combinations of arcs various radii in creating curves. Also referred to as kinescope.
An apparatus designed by Edison for exhibiting photographic photographs of items in motion.
a device created by Edison that provided an impact of motion as an endless loop of movie relocated constantly over a light origin with an instant shutter; precursor associated with the contemporary motion picture