The origin of the livened up drawing

The precursor of the animation was the Belgian professor Joseph Plateau.

In 1832, it invented the fenacistoscópio equipment - a record withfigures made use around the center that seem to put into motion when the mechanism is turned.

The idea was to present a fast succession of drawings of different periods of training of an action, being created the illusion of that an only drawing if put into motion.

The first livened up drawing was Humorous phases of funny faces (comic Phases of funny faces), made in 1907 for the English J. Stuart Blackton.

With the arrival of the sound, Walt Disney produced, in 1933, the three little pigs, whose musical subject, Who has fear of the bad wolf? , if he became celebrates.

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