Actor Invents Rubber Movie Masks (Oct, 1938)
All those Arquettes in Hollywood are this guys grandchildren.
Actor Invents Rubber Movie Masks
LIVE rubber masks which J may revolutionize the art of make-up in motion picture horror roles have been developed by Cliff Arquette, radio and screen actor, who is known as the “man of a thousand hobbies.” The inventor says the masks will enable actors to control facial expressions, thus making the artificial faces seem alive. The porous quality of the rubber will permit air to reach the pores of the actor’s
face, eliminating skin diseases.
Early LCD Projector? – Scanning Method Brings Television Movies (Feb, 1933)
The explanation given sounds roughly like how an LCD works. What do you think the mystery material was that went transparent when current was applied?
Scanning Method Brings Television Movies
THE progress of television has long been retarded by the lack of an efficient light source which could react instantaneously to the fluctuations of incoming radio currents and at the same time be powerful enough to project the image upon a large theatre screen.