Eadweard Muybridge was a Dutch-born photographer J. English, who spent most of his life in the United States spent. Eadweard Muybridge is known as a pioneer of cinematography or motion pictures. The usual modern films that we enjoy today is thanks to him.
Is from an attempt derived capture the movement of the horse by the use of multiple cameras to capture the movement. It is also the creator of Zoopraxiscope, a projection of the films before the advent of modern cinema cameras.
In 1872, discussing former California Governor Leland Stanford, who is also owner of the business of horse racing, when the horse lifts all four feet at the same time during a race.
The painting of a horse running at full speed most of the fourth leg of the horse issue, which refer to or from the same projects to be on the floor.
Governor Stanford to study as “unsupported transit”, and invite Eadweard Muybridge and solve the mystery.
Here Muybridge used a series of large room with a glass plate which is placed a series, each triggered by the time the beat of horses’ feet to pass. Pictures of horse copied steps in silhouette on the hard drive and viewed in a machine called Zoopraxiscope. This study is a phase transition from stills to moving images or movies.
9th April 2012 Today, Google remembers 182 years of the birth of Eadweard Muybridge horse gallop J. with an animation of the logo, which also describes the first film ever made by Eadweard.