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1. The Apparatus Unaltered to Date: Developing 35mm Film Paul C. Spehr 3 Seeing Seeing: Hermann von Helmholtz and the Invention of the Ophthalmoscope Oliver Gaycken 29 On Fairies and Technologies Frank Kessler 39 Seeing in the Dark: Early X-ray Imaging and Cinema Solveig Jiilich 47 The Bolex Motion Picture Camera Carlos Bustamante 59 2. The Observer Sore Society: The Dissolution of the Image and the Assimilation of the Trauma Bent Fausing 69 Closing In: Telescopes, Early Cinema, and the Technological Conditions of De-distancing Jan Holmberg 83 'We Partake, as it Were, of His Life': The Status of the Visual in Early Ethnographic Film Alison Griffiths 91 Architectonics of Seeing: Architecture as Moving Images Pelle Snickars 111 Submerged Landscapes of the Postmodern Body: Surface, Text, Commodity Jay Moman 121 3. The Domestic Sphere Weather Porn and the Battle for Eyeballs: Promoting Digital Television in the USA and UK William Boddy 133 Stereotyping a Competitor: Images of Television in Spanish Cinema in the 1960s Valeria Camporesi 149 Video Pleasure and Narrative Cinema: Luc Besson's The Fifth Element and Video Game Logic Warren Buckland 159 Space and Character Representation in Interactive Narratives Bjbrn Thuresson 165 Lurking and Looking: Webcams and the Construction of Cybervisuality Sheila C. Murphy 173 Visual Diaries: Revival of a Documentary Form in Digital Culture Ake Walldius 181 The Interactive Filmmaker's Challenge Christopher Hales 187