Shortly after Wilhelm Röntgen announced his discovery of X-rays, Josef Maria Eder and Eduard Valenta produced their portfolio of prints using the new technology.
Many have speculated on the fate of Le Prince, who went missing in 1890, but undisputed is the fact that it was he, not Edison, who created the very first moving pictures.
Kieron Casey learns about one of the pioneers of early cinema, George Albert Smith, and has a humbling experience in our archives.
This year’s IMD is all about memory, creativity and social change—something which is close to our hearts, and inseparable from our collection.
Bill Moggridge was a British designer responsible for the design of the modern laptop computer.