TC notes Feb 15, 2011

TC notes Feb 15, - TC(Lecture 6 17:37 Persistence Of vision manufactures taking advantage of the connection between eyes and brain •

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Unformatted text preview: TC (Lecture 6) 17:37 Persistence Of vision- manufactures taking advantage of the connection between eyes and brain • Muybridge & Stanford’s running horse bet (1878) o 1/30 th of second your brain takes a picture of what’s going on o Subway advertising • Lumieres Brothers- August & Louis (1885 movie projector) • Thomas Edison o Kinetograph- camera (1888) o Kinetoscope- palyer (1892) o Vitascope- projection (1896) • Rise Of Nickelodeon Movies • Edwin S. Porter o The great train robbery (1903) Multi angle shots Narrative &editing • D.W. Griffith o Birth of a Nation (1905) Feature length Multiple cameras & angles Most popular film for 20+ years Racist view of reconstruction era • Jazz Singer (1927) o Birth of “talkies” Pix Turn Flix, Leave Stix • Motion Picture patents company (MPPC) established patent pool on technology o Directors moved to Hollywood to avoid MPPC fees and regulation...
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This note was uploaded on 05/25/2011 for the course TC TC100 taught by Professor Calebcarr during the Spring '09 term at Michigan State University.

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TC notes Feb 15, - TC(Lecture 6 17:37 Persistence Of vision manufactures taking advantage of the connection between eyes and brain •

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