kinetoscope (plural kinetoscopes)
- An early device for exhibiting motion pictures, creating the illusion of movement from a strip of perforated film bearing sequential images that is conveyed over a light source with a high-speed shutter.
- 2008 January 13, Julie Just, “Bookshelf”, in New York Times:
- A paper-over-board book based on a new technology that its inventor, the author, calls “scanimation”: mimicking the effect of a kinetoscope, the pictures of animals, birds and fish seem to move with extraordinary naturalism.
- An instrument for illustrating the production of kinematic curves by the combination of circular movements of different radii.