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Definition of Thaumatrope

Thaumatrope
Thaumatrope Thau"ma*trope, n. [Gr. ? a wonder + ? to turn.] (Opt.) An optical instrument or toy for showing the presistence of an impression upon the eyes after the luminous object is withdrawn. Note: It consists of a card having on its opposite faces figures of two different objects, or halves of the same object, as a bird and a cage, which, when the card is whirled rapidlz round a diameter by the strings that hold it, appear to the eye combined in a single picture, as of a bird in its cage.

Meaning of Thaumatrope from wikipedia

- A thaumatrope is an optical toy that was po****r in the 19th century. A disk with a picture on each side is attached to two pieces of string. When the...
- Philippine 3D computer-animated adventure film produced by Ambient Media, Thaumatrope Animation and Star Cinema. It is the first full length Philippine animated...
- one (off-)white surface when it spins fast. In April 1825 the first Thaumatrope was published by W. Phillips (in anonymous ****ociation with John Ayrton...
- technology, but may also be displa**** via manual powered technology (e.g. thaumatrope, phenakistoscope, stroboscope, zoetrope, praxinoscope, flip book). The...
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- Electrotachyscope Flip page Mutoscope Praxinoscope Stop motion Strobe light Thaumatrope Zoetrope Zoopraxiscope [1][dead link] Buchan, Suzanne (2013). Pervasive...
- drawings on both sides have been claimed to be a kind of prehistoric thaumatropes that show motion when spun on a string. A 5,200-year-old pottery bowl...
- motion Phenakistoscope Praxinoscope Strobe light Strobe tuner Tachometer Thaumatrope Zoetrope (in French) Les grands Centraux : Étienne Œhmichen (1884-1955]...
- experience was further demonstrated through Roget's introduction of the thaumatrope, a device that spun at a fairly high speed a disk with an image on its...
- similar optical toys, including the phenakistoscope, praxinoscope and thaumatrope Bill Brand's M****transiscope can be found here. "Interactive online...
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