Movies The Creation of Motion Pictures A weird and wonderful tale of unrelated things coming together That’s gun cotton Soak cotton in nitric and sulfuric acid Let dry Wash in water Let dry Light it and get… It’ll make sense later Franz Uchatius Projector - 1853 Ludwig Doebler
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A weird and wonderful tale of unrelated things coming together
Melies and others followed the Lumieres and showed movies in theatres. They were called “Nickelodeons” – odeon from the Greek for theatre, and nickel for what patrons paid to watch the movies.
Again, the novelty soon wore off. The time had come for longer films – two and three reelers instead of one-reelers, like D.W. Griffith’s “Birth of a Nation”
Discovered selenium would generate an electrical signal in direct relation to the amount of light shining on it.