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Art that moves or has an element of motion. Artists making kinetic art may use motors to produce motion or may structure the work so that it is responsive
The world’s first motion-picture camera, developed in 1890 by American inventor Thomas Alva Edison and his assistant and protégé, William K. L. Dickson.
A cabinet-like apparatus, forerunner of the motion-picture film projector, developed in 1891 by American inventor Thomas Alva Edison and his assistant