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Ottomar Anschütz, Otto Lilienthal Museum, Courtesy of the Otto Lilienthal-Museum, LL/36808
Movement and motion
Introduction to the study of movement and motion
382.01   Introduction to the study of movement and motion
382.02   Introduction to instantaneous photography
382.03   Henry Fox Talbot: Rendering moving objects motionless with an electrical spark (14 June 1851)
382.04   Furne fils & Tournier: Épreuve a Mouvement (Metamorphic stereoviews)
Etienne Jules Marey
382.05   Etienne Jules Marey: Capturing static shots of movement
382.06   Etienne Jules Marey: Physiological Station at Paris
Eadweard Muybridge
382.07   Eadweard Muybridge: Capturing static shots of movement
382.08   Eadweard Muybridge: Cyanotypes
382.09   Eadweard Muybridge: Experimental establishments
382.10   Eadweard Muybridge: Animals in motion
382.11   Advert for J.D.B. Stillman "The Horse In Motion, As Shown By Instantaneous Photography," (London: Trubner and Co., 1882)
382.12   Book review of J.D.B. Stillman "The Horse In Motion, As Shown By Instantaneous Photography," (London: Trubner and Co., 1882)
382.13   Eadweard Muybridge: The Human Figure in Motion
Significant people in the study of movement and motion
382.14   Thomas Eakins: Using motion studies for artistic accuracy
382.15   Georges Demeny: Motion studies
382.16   Albert Londe: Cavalier au Galop (1887)
382.17   Ottomar Anschütz: The study of animal motion
382.18   Arthur Clive Banfield: Animal motion and the study of drops
382.19   A.M. Worthington: The study of drops
382.20   Francis Blake: "Cow Pony" at sharp canter (ca 1886)
382.21   Francis Blake: Pigeons in Flight (ca 1889)
382.22   Anton Giulio Bragaglia (1890-1960) and Arturo Bragaglia (1893-1962)
382.23   Frank B. Gilbreth (1868-1924) and Lillian Gilbreth (1878-1972): Work study
382.24   Gjon Mili: Descending a staircase
382.25   Harold E. Edgerton: The use of microsecond flash and strobes
Photo finish
382.26   Photo finish
Movement, motion and fine art
382.27   Introduction to movement, motion and fine art
382.28   Clare Strand: Betterment Room - Devices For measuring Achievement (2005)
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