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Kromscop

This film apparatus is made of wood, metal and glass. This apparatus used mirrors, coloured glass slides and light to produce a full colour stereoscopic image. This system was the world?s first for the production of natural colour imagery. It was used in early experimental colour photography and is likely to have influenced George Albert Smith and his invention, ?Kinemacolor?. It was invented by Frederick Ives in 1892 and made c1898.

Kromscop
Kromscop
Kromscop

Reference number: MF000001

Date: Invented 1892

Creator: Frederick Ives

Collection: Toys, Media and Film