History of the kinetograph, kinetoscope, & kinetophonograph
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History of the kinetograph, kinetoscope, & kinetophonograph by William Kennedy Laurie Dickson

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Published by Arno Press in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Kinetograph,
  • Kinetoscope,
  • Kineto-phonograph

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statement[by] W. K. L. Dickson and Antonia Dickson.
SeriesThe Literature of cinema
ContributionsDickson, Antonia.
The Physical Object
Pagination55 p. ;
Number of Pages55
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23743959M
ISBN 10405016115

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Jul 02,  · The results of their efforts were the kinetograph (the camera used for photographing motion pictures) and the kinetoscope (the means for viewing them). Acquired by The Museum of Modern Art, New York in , Dickson's book is a unique document that allows the reader to experience the wonder and promise of the cinema in its infancy. Get this from a library! History of the kinetograph, kinetoscope and kinetophonograph. [W K -L Dickson; Antonia Dickson] -- This text is a facsimile edition of the first history of the cinema by W.K.L. Dickson and Antonia Dickson. The book was first published in when practical moving pictures were . Mar 30,  · The initial experiments on the Kinetograph (the camera used to create film for the Kinetoscope) were based on Edison's conception of the phonograph cylinder. Tiny photographic images were affixed in sequence to a cylinder with the idea that, when the cylinder was rotated, the illusion of motion would be reproduced via reflected light. History of the Kinetograph, Kinetoscope, and Kinetophonograph is a book written by siblings William Kennedy Dickson and Antonia Dickson about the history of film. The brother Dickson wrote from his experiences working for Thomas Edison at his "Black Maria" studio in West Orange, New Jersey; EdisonAuthor: William Kennedy Dickson, Antonia Dickson.

The results of their efforts were the kinetograph (the camera used for photographing motion pictures) and the kinetoscope (the means for viewing them). Acquired by The Museum of Modern Art, New York in , Dickson's book is a unique document that allows the reader to experience the wonder and promise of the cinema in its infancy. grupo-operativo-gei-porcino.com: History of the Kinetograph, Kinetoscope And Kinetophonograph () by W. K. L. Dickson; Antonia Dickson and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(11). History of the kinetograph, kinetoscope, & kinetophonograph [by] W. K. L. Dickson and Antonia Dickson. A fascinating glimpse at the marketing methods of the Edison company in the late 19th century, this book describes the (then) recent developments of the motion picture camera and projector as "history" in an effort to nudge the credit for development into the s, not the s/5(3).