Mutoscope

The Mutoscope was an early motion picture device, patented by Herman Casler on November 21, 1894. Like Thomas Edison`s Kinetoscope it did not project on a screen, and provided viewing to only one person at a time. Cheaper and simpler than the Kinetoscope, the system—marketed by the American Mutoscope Company (later the American Mutoscope and Bi....
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Mutoscope

• (n.) A simple form of moving-picture machine in which the series of views, exhibiting the successive phases of a scene, are printed on paper and mounted around the periphery of a wheel. The rotation of the wheel brings them rapidly into sight, one after another, and the blended effect gives a semblance of motion.Mutoscope: words in the defin...
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Mutoscope

Mu'to·scope noun [ Latin mutare to change + -scope .] A simple form of moving-picture machine in which the series of views, exhibiting the successive phases of a scene, are printed on paper and mounted around the periphery of a wheel. The rotation of the wheel brings them rapidly into sight...
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Mutoscope

Essentially this was one of the first motion picture devices for viewing. It contained a series of still photographs that quickly flipped or flicked from one picture to the next giving the illusion of movement. It was invented in 1895 by the American Mutoscope Company and was a pay-for-the-view phenomenon. They were prevalent in shops and arcades o...
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