Animating images – We make a thaumatrope

30th to 31th march 2013

A thaumatrope is a disk with two different images on both sides and a piece of rope on each side of the disk. Both images are joined by stretching the string between the fingers, making the disc spin and change faces quickly. The rapid rotation produces, optically, and due to the principle of retinal persistence, the illusion that both images are together.

Participants: families with children between 6 and 12 years old.

Registration: Free upon reservation.

Reservation: 985 185 577