Imagers and copiers, 18th century

Imagers and copiers, 18th century

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Credit: KING'S COLLEGE LONDON/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Imagers and copiers. 18th-century diagrams of devices used to record shadows (upper left, first three diagrams), and equipment relating to various pantographs. Pantographs are devices used to mechanically copy text, artworks, or other images. Diagram from 'Versuche, Unterhaltungen und Belustigunyen aus der naturlichen Magie' (Experiments, Entertainments and Amusements of Natural Magic, 1791) by German instrument maker Johann Conrad Gutle (1747-1827).

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