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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 History Of Animation History Of Animation 2 females to eachmail will move tohollywood to pursuetheir dream George Mellies Otto Messmer 1896 1919 Joseph Plateau William George Horner 1834 Charles Émile Reynaud - Invented the phenakistoscope: counter rotating disks of sequential images- Creates the illusion of a moving image 1880 double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. 1832 - Invented Zoetrope- Strip of drawings are inside, once it is spun it creates illusion of movement - Invented Praxinoscope: improved version of the Zoetrope- Inner circle of mirrors that reflect animated cartoons - Used stop-motion photography to create trick visual effects and the first real narrative films such as A trip to the moon- Fade-in, fade-out, dissolve and double exposures Winsor McCay 1904 Used flipbook animation and later cel animationto create short movies such as: Gertie The Dinosaur and Little Nemo. Used cel animation to create cartoon drawings into moving pictures. He was most famous for 'Felix The Cat'. Produces animated moviesthrough the technique of Cel animation. Two examples of their movies include: Mickey Mouse and Snow White. Walt Disney 1923 Hanna-Barbera 1957 Used limited animation tocreate well known showssuch as: The Flintstones and Scooby Doo 1972 1986 Aardman Pixar Used stop motion and claymation to create films such as: Wallace and Gromit and Flushed Away 1930's - 1980's Used cel animation to create animated films such as: Toy Story, Cars and Finding Nemo
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