A thaumatrope was a hugely popular toy in Victorian times, a kind of old-school stop motion trick, or an old-school show with only one channel. With the wonder of persistence of vision, a bird magically transported into a cage with just a twirl of a string.

A thaumatrope was a hugely popular toy in Victorian times, a kind of old-school…

Persistence of Vision  Light Exhibition, phaeno science centre, Wolfsburg, Germany   Paul Friedlander

Persistence of Vision Light Exhibition, phaeno science centre, Wolfsburg, Germany Paul Friedlander Science Exhibit

To read this in Italian, click here. Saturday’s workshop was probably the one of the most challenging, but fun workshops yet, we made flip books -which are basically a series of drawings that…

Animation (Flip Book) Workshop

Party activity could be to color / assemble a fishy flip book animation sequence. Could also hand out prizes for different categories, to award the budding animators with movie-themed Oscars!

Science activity that demonstrates persistence of vision

Science activity that demonstrates persistence of vision

Picture of (POV) Persistence Of Vision Globe

(POV) Persistence of Vision Globe

Picture of (POV) Persistence Of Vision Globe

Wiring Persistence of Vision

Wiring Persistence of Vision

The first time I saw a POV (Persistence Of Vision) display was on a show called FAQ on TV. The POV display consisted of an oscillating shaft with 6 LED's mounted on the end of the shaft. Since then I have always wanted to make one myself, I tried making one about 2 months ago with an oscillating shaft myself but I was not successful as the speed of the shaft was too low for the POV display to work. Now I decided to make the POV display with just a DC Motor instead of an oscillating shaft ...

ATtiny85 POV Display

The first time I saw a POV (Persistence Of Vision) display was on a show called FAQ on TV. The POV display consisted of an oscillating shaft with 6 LED's mounted on the end of the shaft. Since then I have always wanted to make one myself, I tried making one about 2 months ago with an oscillating shaft myself but I was not successful as the speed of the shaft was too low for the POV display to work. Now I decided to make the POV display with just a DC Motor instead of an oscillating shaft ...

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This animated cartoon of a galloping horse is displayed at 12 drawings per second, and the fast motion is on the edge of being objectionably jerky.

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