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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 reflected 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 short movies such as: Gertie The Dinosaur andLittle Nemo. Used cel animation to create cartoon drawings into moving pictures. He was most famous for Felix The Cat. A company that produces animated movies through the technique of Cel animation. Twoexamples of their movies include: Mickey Mouse and Snow White. Walt Disney 1923 Hanna-Barbera 1957 Used limited animation to create well known shows such 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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