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A thaumatrope is an optical toy that was popular in the 19th century. A disk with a picture on each side is attached to two pieces of string. When the strings are ...

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Nov 15, 2011 ... Learn about the thaumatrope on this Moment of Science.

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Some interesting questions about Thaumatropes... How old are Thaumatropes? Some people think that ancient people living in caves in France had something ...

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Thaumatrope. John Ayrton Paris, 1825. History | How it works | What became of it | Animations Video Demonstrations | Sources | Back to Optical Toys. History:.

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Apr 25, 2012 ... A thaumatrope is a Victorian age toy that uses optical illusion to put two images into one. Before the invention of the moving picture, TV or video ...

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The praxinoscope, invented in 1877 by the Frenchman Charles Reynaud, was the first device to overcome the picture distortion caused by viewing through ...

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Thaumatrope The Thaumatrope is a Victorian toy constructed from a simple disk or card featuring a different picture on each side and attached to two pieces of ...

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So what is a thaumatrope? It's a card with a different picture on each side. When you spin it quickly, the pictures seem to combine. It's a sort of optical illusion that ...

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