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Long before there was Flash animation in the world, Eadweard Muybridge gave us the Zoopraxiscope, a simple stop-motion device considered by some to be the first-ever movie projector. Created in 1879, the player features spinning glass disks that give displayed images the illusion of movement. Muybr

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File this one in the \"you've got to be kidding me\" category. Just in case you're terrified of your dog, cat, horse or Russian grizzly bear getting \"put on alert\" by the \"jarring volumes and piercing sounds\" that are generally emitted from your boombox, there's now a solution to your specific quanda

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Apparently, we've used that simple \"beep\" to alert pedestrians when a vehicle is reversing or otherwise coming up on someone long enough, as Yoshio Takaoka, in collaboration with Italy's Start Lab SAP, has crafted a fully functional electric car that packs built-in \"horse hoof\" sound effects. The Gi

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We knew this was coming but now we've finally got a picture of the high definition 8,066 sq ft monster installed at Tokyo Racecourse. Now this Mitsubishi Diamond Vision display has far more square footage than the HD LED displays installed by Daktronics at Miami and Texas, or their own last scree

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