Riley Kineoptoscope projector, 1896.

Riley Kineoptoscope projector, 1896.
3 8 c m
40cm
actual image size: 32cm x 30cm

Description

Designed by Cecil Wray of Riley Brothers, the Bradford firm of magic lantern manufacturers in Yorkshire, this projector mechanism was noted for its steadines of picture. Turning the handle caused a twin double-toothed claw mechanism to engage with the perforations on both sides of the film and advance it by one frame at each downward stroke of the claw. This machine could be used freestanding but required a magic lantern lamphouse to provide the illumination.

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10296485

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