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Films By Charles Eames, Ray Eames

Communications Primer (Charles Eames, Ray Eames, 1953)
An exposition of all the essential elements of communication: message, signal, interference and reception, with a kaleidoscope of examples from calligraphy, painting, reading, storm signals etc., and… Read more

Exponents (Charles Eames, Ray Eames, 1975)
Algebraic equivalences are presented in simple terms. ... Read more

Introduction to Feedback (Charles Eames, Ray Eames, 1960)
The cycle of measuring, evaluating and correcting in electronic data-processing equipment is called feedback. This film is an ingenious visualization of these concepts. ... Read more

Mathematical Peep Shows (Charles Eames, Ray Eames, 1961)
A fascinating introduction to mathematics through a series of short film essays in cartoon und live action showing, for example, how the earth was measured with the use of simple instruments. ... Read more

Parade (Charles Eames, Ray Eames, 1955)
A large collection of children's toys are used as the basis for a fast &ndash: moving animated impression of a circus parade, set to suitable music. ... Read more

Parade (Charles Eames, Ray Eames, 1955)
A large collection of children's toys are used as the basis for a fast-moving animated impression of a circus parade. ... Read more

The Information Machine (Charles Eames, Ray Eames, 1959)
A sophisticated and amusing demonstration of the relationship between man's creative activity and one of his most recent tools, the electronic computer. Award: Blue Ribbon, American Film Festival. ... Read more

Toccata for Toy Trains (Charles Eames, Ray Eames, 1957)
A film about toy trains-mostly old. A journey from roundhouse and yards to station, and out through countryside and village to destination. Characters and props are al! real toys. ... Read more

Two Baroque Churches in Germany (Charles Eames, Ray Eames, 1957)
Two baroque churches flash past in a blinding and colourful array of cherubs, altars, cornices, statues, ceilings, all ornamented in the fashion dear to baroque. ... Read more

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