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Muybridge Toy

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Price: Free

Rating: 2.46/5 (13 votes)

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Experience the dawn of motion pictures and cinematography! Spin the filmreel at the right speed and you are no longer looking at individual photographs but at the first motion pictures!The famous photographer Eadweard Muybridge was a pioneer in film. By using a series of camera’s, all taking an image as the subject came past he was able to capture their movement.Can you put the motion back into the bird, the horse, the bison and the girl?

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