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A phenakistoscope (or phenakistiscope, zoetrope or circular animation) is a circular plate that rotates very fast to show an animation. It consists of lots of images that are the same but slightly varied, and when it spins it appears that the pictures are animated.
They were very popular in the Victorian era and were invented almost at the same time (in different places) in 1832 by the Belgian physicist Joseph Plateau and the Austrian professor of practical geometry Simon Stamfer in Austria.
Have a go and try making one!
A tip to make it look good: Make the number of degrees it is spinning the same as the number of degrees in one segment (or rounded triangle?). Thanks to @Music_Hub for that!
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