318949.1367 Chronocylcegraph of a fencer. This is one of 8 images in this series, all of which are faded and not numbered (acc. no. 318949.1361-1369). All but one of the images depict the motions of a fencer who has lights attached to his thigh, knee a...
Related captions: "F-75-Berlin, 1/15/'14 and F-78-Berlin, 1/15/'14. Cyclegraphs of the point of the rapier in fencing."
"F78 Cyclegraph of the point of the rapier in fencing."
"F 82 and F 107 are chronocyclegrpahs of an expert fencer. There are fifty spots to the second in these pictures. One lamp is on the hand and one lamp is on the point of the rapier."
"F 83 Chronocyclegraph of an expert fencer. There are fifty spots to the second in these pictures. One lamp is on the hand and one lamp is on the point of the rapier."
"F 98 is another cyclegraph of the fence."
"F-102, Jan. 15, '14. This picture is a cyclegraph of fencing. It is particualrly interesting due to the fact that is is taken of the champion fencer of the world."
"F 107. Chronocyclegra[h of expert fencer."
"F 130. Chronocyclegraph of expert fencer."
"F 133. Chronocyclegraph of expert fencer."(all above from GPP, Nfile 1/0019 vol. III.)
Location of subject: Berlin
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