Technological Developments

  • Stereoscopic Cameras

    Stereoscopic Cameras
    Leland Stanford and Eadweard Muybridge photographed a horse called Sallie Gardner in fast motion with 24 stereoscopic cameras.
  • First Motion Camera

    First Motion Camera
    In the late 1880's, the first ever motion camera was made by cutting film and putting the with each other to make a series of pictures, also known as film.
  • Period: to

    The Silent Era

  • Chronophotographic Gun

    Chronophotographic Gun
    Étienne-Jules Marey invented a chronophotographic gun in 1882, which took 12 consecutive frames a second.
  • The Phantoscope

    The Phantoscope
    Charles Francis Jenkins invented the Phantoscope, which was showed to an audience in June 1894. Louis and Auguste Lumière perfected the Cinématographe, an objected that took, printed, and projected film. They gave their first show of projected pictures to an audience in Paris in December 1895.
  • Period: to

    The Sound Era