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Edison’s Tribute to Motion Picture Technology

Originální název

Edison’s Tribute to Motion Picture Technology

Anglický název

Edison’s Tribute to Motion Picture Technology

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Thomas Alva Edison is without doubt the most successful inventor of the 19th century. His most significant inventions are the record-player, light-bulb and telephone. Besides these he also invented many apperatures and technologies which revolutionized the development of motion picture technology. This paper will describe not only his tribute to this field of technology introducing his most siginificant inventions such as the Kinetoscope, Kinetophone and Vitascope but also his attempts of acting as a film-producer.

Anglický abstrakt

Thomas Alva Edison is without doubt the most successful inventor of the 19th century. His most significant inventions are the record-player, light-bulb and telephone. Besides these he also invented many apperatures and technologies which revolutionized the development of motion picture technology. This paper will describe not only his tribute to this field of technology introducing his most siginificant inventions such as the Kinetoscope, Kinetophone and Vitascope but also his attempts of acting as a film-producer.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT19003,
  author="Andy Alexander {Kuiper}",
  title="Edison’s Tribute to Motion Picture Technology",
  annote="Thomas Alva Edison is without doubt the most
successful inventor of the 19th century. His most significant
inventions are the record-player, light-bulb and telephone.
Besides these he also invented many apperatures and
technologies which revolutionized the development of motion
picture technology. This paper will describe not only his
tribute to this field of technology introducing his most siginificant
inventions such as the Kinetoscope, Kinetophone and
Vitascope but also his attempts of acting as a film-producer.",
  booktitle="POSTER 2006",
  chapter="19003",
  year="2006",
  month="may",
  pages="1",
  type="conference paper"
}