Team CWS is keen on spending spare time doing some cool experiments.
This is a special one and an ode to the invention of film, animation and a vivid proof of "persistence of vision".
Early 19th century, Joseph Plateau a belgian physicist invented the phenatistoscope and simultaneously, Simon von Stampfer, an Austrian mathematician invented the more popular, Stroboscopic dics.
An action (dancing, jumping etc.) is drawn in grids on a circular disc which is spun to give the illusion of motion .
Call it art, animation, the first motion picture ever or a single frame GIF version of the 19th century..this stuff is pure magic.