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The real thing in this case - the camera obscura
, which is Latin for "darkened room" - turns out to be a wigwam-shaped swirl of Douglas fir veneer scraps donated by Rosboro Lumber Co.
Two 18th-century examples of the camera obscura
will be on display, providing an opportunity for visitors to learn more about this scientific tool.
Table 4 Means and Standard Deviations (SD) of Combined Aesthetic Evaluations for Camera Obscura
and Non-Camera Obscura
Conditions in Experiment 2 Painting title Condition Mean SD Girl Interrupted at Her Music Camera Obscura
The room-sized camera obscura
("dark chamber"), which the viewer enters to observe the image, was a site of wonder, curiosity, research and entertainment in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Europe.
The band are now signed to oh-so-cool Spanish indie label Elefant records, home to Camera Obscura
, and they have released two critically acclaimed singles to date.
I am collaborating on A Walk Between Two Worlds with Dao Anh Khanh of Hanoi (see "New York Notebook," page 28) and a camera obscura
A camera obscura
is like a simple camera with a mirror in it but no film (photographic film had not yet been invented).
For this one, I got information about the market of painting in 17th-century Holland and the Camera Obscura
Concerning the question of optical aids, there is a possible answer well short of the use of lenses, mirrors, or a pinhole camera obscura
Other instances of western imports that may have altered Japanese perceptions include the optique, a kind of camera obscura
, whose effects can be traced in certain prints and in books on geography and natural history.
The literal translation of camera obscura
from Latin is "room dark" (camera = room; obscura = dark).