DIY zoetrope

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DIY zoetrope

Clip from Scope  |  ELEVEN  |  September 10, 2014
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Junior scientist Phoebe teaches us how to make a zoetrope at home. A zoetrope is a windowed cylindrical device with a sequence of images on the inside that animate when spun. The animation occurs because the rapid succession of images is broken into frames by the slits, giving the illusion of motion rather than blurriness! To make one yourself, you will need a piece of white paper, thin dark card, scissors, tape, coloured, a CD and an animation idea.

Junior scientist Phoebe teaches us how to make a zoetrope at home. A zoetrope is a windowed cylindrical device with a sequence of images on the inside that animate when spun. The animation occurs because the rapid succession of images is broken into frames by the slits, giving the illusion of motion rather than blurriness! To make one yourself, you will need a piece of white paper, thin dark card, scissors, tape, coloured, a CD and an animation idea.

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