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Ali's History of Animation Timeline

  • The Phenakistoscope

    The Phenakistoscope
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    The Phenakistoscope was made in the year of 1831 and makes people think pictures were moving by quickly spinning them in a circle.
  • The Kinetoscope

    The Kinetoscope
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    Thomas Edison built the kinetoscope is very much like the phenakistoscope, but it projects the "moving" pictures by spinning them over a light.
  • The Cinematograph

    The Cinematograph
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    Louis and Augustine Lumiere reserved the right to build a cinematograph which projected moving pictures/drawings
  • The Vitascope

    The Vitascope
    Information LinkPicture Link Thomas Armat designed a machine called the vitascope which was made to specially project Thomas Edison's films
  • "Humorous Phases of Funny Faces"

    "Humorous Phases of Funny Faces"
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    J. Stuart Blackton made the first animation called "Humorous Phases of Funny Faces"
  • Cut Out Animation

    Cut Out Animation
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    Picture Link Emile Cohl came up witha technique called paper cut out animation, which saved time time, because they didn't have to redraw each cell. They only had to reposition it.
  • "Gertie, the Trained Dinosaur"

    "Gertie, the Trained Dinosaur"
    Picture LinkInformation Link "Gertie, the Trained Dinosaur" was created by Windsor McCay. It was one of the first animations and it took 10,000 drawings to make
  • "El Apostol"

    "El Apostol"
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    "El Apostol was the first actual full-length animated video.
  • "The Jazz Singer"

    "The Jazz Singer"
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    "The Jazz Singer" was made by Warner Brothers and was the first film to combine both image and sound.
  • Computer Animations

    Computer Animations
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    Picture Link Ken Knowlton began finding ways to make animated movies on a computer