Science: Color Cinema

Kodakman George Eastman had some guests—Thomas Alva Edison, Henry Fairfield Osborn, Michael I. Pupin, General John J. Pershing, Owen D. Young and many another bigwig—at his home in Rochester, N. Y., last week. He showed them some motion pictures in color. He told them how simple the process was. Years of complicated experiments have gone into developing the Kodacolor film, minutes of mechanical adjustment are enough to operate it. Color photography is still imperfect; not all the primary colors can be made to go into the eye of a camera...

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