This is the 25 foot high, 6 foot wide video waterfall that I created on behalf of VideoSonic Systems for the Cooper– Hewitt National Design Museum, which is the New York branch of the Smithsonian Institution. The footage was a 30–second video loop of Niagara Falls, filmed by Thomas Edison himself in 1898 with one of his original hand-cranked cameras. The clip was provided by the Library of Congress archives.

This is the 25 foot high, 6 foot wide video waterfall that I created on behalf of VideoSonic Systems for the Cooper– Hewitt National Design Museum, which is the New York branch of the Smithsonian Institution. The footage was a 30–second video loop of Niagara Falls, filmed by Thomas Edison himself in 1898 with one of his original hand-cranked cameras. The clip was provided by the Library of Congress archives.

This is the 25 foot high, 6 foot wide video waterfall that I created on behalf of VideoSonic Systems for the Cooper– Hewitt National Design Museum, which is the New York branch of the Smithsonian Institution. The footage was a 30–second video loop of Niagara Falls, filmed by Thomas Edison himself in 1898 with one of his original hand-cranked cameras. The clip was provided by the Library of Congress archives.

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Frank Coleman: Drummer/Arranger/Producer. Actor/Writer. Video/VR Artist. Multimedia OG/SME. ASCAP/AEA. Part-Time Amateur Neurosurgeon.

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