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#44 - Only that it was not Lumiere who made the first move clip ever…  [+] (2 replies) 04/04/2015 on Blast from the Past #2 +1
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#45 - nockae (04/04/2015) [-]
Citation Needed
#82 - spycheckingpyro (04/05/2015) [-]
He's kind of right. It goes back a little bit earlier with an experiment conducted by Eadweard Muybridge And yes, he was just as psychotic as his name suggests . In it, he photographed a man on a horse with 24 cameras each taking instant photos as the horse ran by. He realized that having the frames of an object move at such a speed, you could could see it move as if it were in real life. This created an effect that he would soon research more later on as "motion picture studies".
Both Le Prince and WK Dickson (who worked for Edison) came up with their own inventions of a single lens camera within a time limit that would have been impossible to claim as stealing at the time. But, WK Dickson was the first to patent and publicly demonstrate his camera. I'm not defending nor denying the foul play on Edison's part but history is more keen to those who can get the most attention.

As for the Lumiere Brothers, they were the first to use a camera to tell a cohesive story and draw emotions from their audience and created a single lens camera that also doubled as a projector.
#2699 - Picture  [+] (1 reply) 02/02/2015 on Euro users, what do you... 0
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#3030 - phanacit (02/02/2015) [-]
nice sorta suit , with some good hair and a likeable face
#12 - At least they are reading news.  [+] (1 reply) 11/12/2014 on Technology! 0
#14 - anon (11/12/2014) [-]
but gamergate is important !!!
#37 - I ******* hate this ****. This was never a problem before. Wha…  [+] (1 reply) 11/10/2014 on SJWs going after Blizzard 0
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#41 - feelythefeel (11/10/2014) [-]
Millennials happened.

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