mutoscope

Mutoscope for Fernando, on the SIP Blog

My work for the Public Laboratory is partially funded by a grant from the Shpilman Institute for Photography, who’ve featured my Mutoscope on their blog.  Gr...

Oh, Done. (forgot to tell the internet)

Lots more to come, but I finished the Mutoscope 2 weeks ago… been totally buried in work. Now in Oberlin, OH for one more week, Philly next weekend, then Wel...

No/Low Tech Magazine

Kris de Decker produces some of the most insightful and well-researched articles on technology anywhere on the internet.  He has a simple premise- novel “hig...

A Mutoscope, nearly finished

Fernando Renes’ animation finally came back from the printer’s last weekend, and Molly helped me bind it into a mutoscope reel.  since my last post everythin...

The mutoscope running for real!

Some photos of the **mutoscope **from the last week.  It runs, it projects!  Everything needs to be tightened up (and quite a bit re-built) so it can be ship...

Blast Domes and Opaque Projectors

A good chunk of Toorcamp occurred in a Titan 1 missile silo amongst a complex of hemispherical blast domes.  The power dome is the largest and least obstruct...

What the Butler Saw

In 1894 Herman Casler, a former engineer for Edison, brought to market a motion picture machine that avoided expensive and dangerously flammable nitrate film...