The Thaumatrope Workshop is a short introduction to one of the earliest and primitive form of  animation. Thaumatropes use a flat disc with a different drawing on opposite sides. When spun quickly with two strings, it creates an illusion of a simple animation, or a combined picture. The students were assigned a different letter, which later combined to spell out “Paris in Motion”.  

The Thaumatrope Workshop is a short introduction to one of the earliest and primitive form of  animation. Thaumatropes use a flat disc with a different drawing on opposite sides. When spun quickly with two strings, it creates an illusion of a simple animation, or a combined picture. The students were assigned a different letter, which later combined to spell out “Paris in Motion”.
 

 The Thaumatrope Workshop is a short introduction to one of the earliest and primitive form of  animation. Thaumatropes use a flat disc with a different drawing on opposite sides. When spun quickly with two strings, it creates an illusion of a simple animation, or a combined picture. The students were assigned a different letter, which later combined to spell out “Paris in Motion”.  

The Thaumatrope Workshop is a short introduction to one of the earliest and primitive form of  animation. Thaumatropes use a flat disc with a different drawing on opposite sides. When spun quickly with two strings, it creates an illusion of a simple animation, or a combined picture. The students were assigned a different letter, which later combined to spell out “Paris in Motion”.
 

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