Beale's Choreutoscope (1866-80) - Museu del Cinema





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Published on Oct 23, 2013

(In english below) Beale's Choreutoscope. Gran Bretanya, 1866-1880
Inventat per Beale el 1866, era un mecanisme per a la projecció animada de dibuixos amb llanterna màgica en base a la teoria de la persistència retinal. Estava format per una placa de vidre amb un dibuix, en aquest cas el d'una dança d'un esquelet, pintada sobre fons negre i muntada sobre un mecanisme amb "creu de malta". Aquest mecanisme feia avançar la imatge sobtadament i va ser el que més tard s'utilitzà en els sistemes d'arrossegament intermitent de les pel•lícules cinematogràfiques.

Beale's Choreutoscope. Gran Bretanya, 1866-1880. Invented by Beale in 1866, this was a mechanism for the animated projection of drawings with a magic lantern based on the theory of persistence of vision. It included a glass plate with a drawings on a black ground mounted on a mechanism with a Maltese cross. This system made it possible to move the image forwards quickly, and was the same system that would be seen with the mouvement systems used for cinematography.

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