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Optical Toy : Praxinoscope all-paper CRYSTAL ANIMATOR™

An optical toy
by Rufus Butler SEDER
(USA - 2011)

The CRYSTAL ANIMATOR is a version paper of a classic motion picture toy called a PRAXINOSCOPE, devised by the French artist-inventor Emile REYNAUD in 1877.

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An optical toy by Rufus Butler SEDER (USA - 2011)

The CRYSTAL ANIMATOR is a version paper of a classic motion picture toy called a PRAXINOSCOPE, devised by the French artist-inventor Emile REYNAUD in 1877.

Made from sturdy mirrored paper, everyone can build and enjoy one of the greatest motion picture toys of all time !

Flat cardboard box, including :
  • 1 mirror board with die-cut shapes
  • 18 animation strips
  • 1 plastic straw

Easy-to-follow intructions (Photographs)

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Comes with eighteen (18 !) cartoons, this PRAXINOSCOPE has a diameter of 10 cm. The drum has a height of 3.5 cm.

Very simple to build : simply detach the pre-cut pieces, follow the instructions in photographs and a few minutes later, your PRAXINOSCOPE is ready to use !

How to use the PRAXINOSCOPE :

The Praxinoscope of Rufus Butler Seder (USA), inspired by Emile Reynaud

The animated strips :

The animated strips of Praxinoscope paper by Rufus Butler Seder

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Flat cardboard box, including :
  • 1 mirror board with die-cut shapes
  • 18 animation strips
  • 1 plastic straw

Easy-to-follow intructions (Photographs)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Praxinoscope-Theatre of Emile Reynaud - image




What is a Praxinoscope ?
(in French)

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02/14/2013 Christian. Comme indiqué sur les images, ça fonctionne très bien en faisant coulisser entre ses doigts.
Très chouette pour ce prix !
09/6/2012 Christelle O. Astucieux Pas idéal à faire tourner sans le pied mais pour le prix, on va pas chipoter...

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