The New International Encyclopædia/Anschütz, Ottomar
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ANSCHÜTZ, Ottomar (1846—). A German photographer, born at Lissa, in Posen, He devoted himself to instantaneous photography, and to reproducing the movements of men and animals with the aid of a “tachyscope” of his own invention. (See Stroboscope.) Anschütz's invention has been applied to useful purposes in physiology.