Cinema, which has not lost its popularity despite its age, has come a long way since its founding and we think it still has a long way to go. Cinema is the best and most effective way of telling a story, expressing it. It is one of the most beautiful ways to conquer souls and win hearts. We can’t even imagine what a life without cinema would be like, and we won’t!
Cinema, beyond our imagination, first developed with lanterns in the seventeenth century. These lanterns revealed many projection systems.
Invented by John Ayrton in Paris in 1862, the Thaumatrope was created with a card attached to a string with a picture of a horse on one side and a picture of a man in a riding position on the other. When the card was turned, the man appeared as if he was riding a horse.
Built by several different inventors in the early 1800s, the most memorable of the Phenakistoscope came from Joseph Plateau in 1832. Those who looked through the slots of this instrument saw a moving image when it was rotated.
The Zoetrope, invented by William George Horner, was a bowl-like instrument with a stripe drawing around the inside. Pictures were moving when this dish was rotated. It became widely available after 1867.
Developed by Emile Reynaud in the early 1870s, the Praxinoscope was almost exactly the same as the Zoetrope, only using a mirror.
In 1872, an important year for cinema, Eadweard Muybridge began experimenting with motion pictures. As a result of the experiments, he created a motion picture by projecting 12 photographs showing a horse walking, with his invention called the Zoopraxiscope, which became the first primitive film in the world.
George Eastman and William H. Walker invented the first film reel in 1885. With a different kind of paper formed with gelatin. A year later it was replaced by the more modern paper celluloid.
The invention of the kinetoscope took place in the hands of one of Thomas Edison’s employees, William. A camera-like machine could capture images and automatically take a snapshot of that image every half a second.
After the invention of the kinetoscope and the kintegraph, it was the Lumiere brothers’ turn. These geniuses created a light, hand-operated mechanism called the Cinematograph. This device could take photos and project images quickly when connected to projection equipment.
Then Italian, American, British, German inventors were eager to invent the next great invention that could surpass anything ever made in filmmaking history. In order for the cinema to become what it is today, he combined almost all the powers of the world and made us watch beautiful movies in a pleasant and comfortable way in movie theaters.
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