Our Seminar RoomRoom Etienne-Jules Marey
The Room Etienne-Jules Marey
This large room can accommodate plenary sessions up to 60 people. In a Keynote format with two presenters and a coordinated video projection on two screens, this room is perfect for training sessions or academic seminars. Chairs with tablets and a proximity to stakeholders are perfect for presentations of scientific, technological and managerial contents
This room can be divided into two independent rooms ( Marey room and Muybridge room ), to offer two series of presentations in parallel.
Video conference , 2 synchronized or autonomous projection screens
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Étienne-Jules Marey, ( was a French scientist, physiologist and chronophotographer. His work was significant in the development of cardiology, physical instrumentation, aviation, cinematography and the science of laboratory photography. He is widely considered to be a pioneer of photography and an influential pioneer of the history of cinema. He was also a pioneer in establishing a variety of graphical techniques for the display and interpretation of quantitative data from physiological measurement (source Wikipedia).
Relations between Etienne Jules Marey and Edward James Muybridge: Marey the scientist (professor at the Collège de France) and Muybridge the artist (photograph) maintained complex relations throughout their lives. Both born in 1830, both deceased in 1904, and sharing the same initials (EJM), these two giants equally contributed with their great minds and inventions to the origin of our science, the science of movement, well before the official arrival of the cinema.
To dig deeper:
Marey, E. J. (1894). Le Mouvement. Paris, Masson.
Muybridge, E. (1955). The Human Figure in Motion. New York: Dover.
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