We've got some fantastic new books to read together, then we'll create our own surprising thaumotropes. In 1827, before movies, before animation, a playful device called a thaumotrope was introduced as a popular toy that continues to demonstrate a nifty science phenomenon. A  thaumotrope illustrates the persistence of vision: how images of two separate objects can be moved in such a way that they appear melded together; our minds see a distinct third image where none actually exists. Hosted by Yvonne Brooks. All ages welcome. Free. 

Herve Tullet


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Saturday, September 28, 2019 - 11:30am

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