Auguste and Louis Lumiere
projected motion pictures

Inventors, Inventions . 2014.

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  • Lumière,Auguste Marie Louis Nicolas — Lu·mière (lo͝o myĕrʹ, lü ), Auguste Marie Louis Nicolas. 1862 1954. French chemist, inventor, and cinematography pioneer. With his brother Louis Jean Lumière (1864 1948) he gave the first public showing of a cinematic film (1895). * * * …   Universalium

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  • Lumière Brothers — Lu|mi|ère Broth|ers, the two French brothers, Auguste Lumière (1862 1954) and Louis Lumière (1864 1948) who, in 1895, produced the first camera that was also a ↑projector, and made the first cinema film, Workers Leaving the Lumière Factory …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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  • Lumiere — in reference to the early color photography process, from the names of French brothers Auguste (1862 1954) and Louis (1864 1948) Lumière, photographers. The name is lit. light, lamp …   Etymology dictionary

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