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- The mirrors are Lego part 20193 and can be found in 2 sets: Assembly Square ( 10255-1) and Detective's Office (10246-1).
- The wheel mechanism is 1:1, so one rotation of the handle is one rotation of the animation. This means that when you completely turn the handle in one second you play at 12 frames per second, which is enough for a smooth animation.
- The animation of the Lego horse is based on Eadweard Muybridge's 'The Horse in Motion', a classic sequence of photographs of a running horse. These series of images called chronophotographs are known for their importance in the development of motion pictures.
- I used all bricks in available colors. The only special brick would be the printed tile 'The praxinoscope' seen on the front. The horse animation could be done with stickers.
- The praxinoscope itself, without the pieces for the animation, consists of 781 bricks.