First movie projector demonstrated in the U.S.

First movie projector demonstrated in the U.S.

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Woodville Latham and his sons, Otway and Gray, demonstrated the first movie projector developed in the U.S. They called it a Panopticon, which was a combination of the kinetoscope and stereopticon. In June, Latham officially filed a request for a patent.

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