This praxinoscope is a recreation of those manufactured in the 19th century by its inventor Emile Reynaud. It is manufactured in a handmade way in metal and wood and, except for the mirrors for strict reasons of safety of the children, it does not carry any plastic component The turn is made thanks to a ball bearing that allows a light, silent and continuous rotation. It is accompanied by 30 different animations, reproducing the first ones that Reynaud incorporated in his devices, and among them the four created by Eadweard Muybridge for his fenquitiscope at the end of the 19th century, as well as a manual with its history and functioning. The product is delivered in a box illustrated with scenes of the time, so you can make an unforgettable gift.
Height: 8.2 in
Diameter: 6.5 in