Ups and Downs of the Rollercoaster, Part 4 — 4 Comments

  1. Welcom, Becky! It's good to see you back. Afraid I can't take credit for "hypergonar"; that was Prof. Chretien's invention. It does seem that whatever the old gentleman's genius with optics, creating words was not among his talents.

  2. What an incredibly researched series, Jim! I've caught up to this one (having been offline for a while), and had to laugh when you described the lense as "hypergonar". Sounds like a disease, doesn't it? LOL! I look forward to more of this series.

  3. Jim,
    Interesting stuff! I'm fascinated by how different movie making techniques came to be. You've certainly done your research and provided us with some good stuff here.

    I missed the previous posts on the topic so I'll go check them out so I'm caught up for Part 5.