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The medieval codex Sigenot (circa 1470) has sequential illuminations with relatively short intervals between different phases of action.

Moving images were possibly projected with the magic lantern since its invention by Christiaan Huygens in 1659.

His sketches for magic lantern slides have been dated to that year and are the oldest known document concerning the magic lantern.

Ancient Chinese records contain several mentions of devices, including one made by the inventor Ding Huan, that were said to "give an impression of movement" to a series of human or animal figures on them, Since before 1000 CE the Chinese had a rotating lantern which had silhouettes projected on its thin paper sides that appeared to chase each other.

This was called the "trotting horse lamp" [走馬燈] as it would typically depict horses and horse-riders.

Around the time cinematography was developed several theaters in Montmartre showed elaborate "Ombres Chinoises" shows that were very successful.

The famous Le Chat noir produced 45 different shows between 18.Shadow play and the magic lantern offered popular shows with projected images on a screen moving as the result of manipulation by hand and/or some minor mechanics.In 1833 the phenakistiscope introduced the stroboscopic principle of modern animation, and would also provide the basis for cinematography.The history of animation started long before the development of cinematography.Humans have probably attempted to depict motion as far back as the paleolithic period.It has been claimed that these superimposed figures were intended for a form of animation with the flickering light of the flames of a fire or a passing torch illuminating different parts of the painted rock wall, revealing different parts of the motion. 55 BC) wrote in his poem De rerum natura a few lines that come close to the basic principles of animation: "..the first image perishes and a second is then produced in another position, the former seems to have altered its pose.

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