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[[Thomas William Tobin]] (1844-1883) was a chemist, architectural apprentice and scientific lecturer at London's Polytechnic Institution that created and patented many illusions.  
 
[[Thomas William Tobin]] (1844-1883) was a chemist, architectural apprentice and scientific lecturer at London's Polytechnic Institution that created and patented many illusions.  
  

Revision as of 07:51, 26 July 2010

Thomas Tobin
Born1844
Died1883
Thomas William Tobin (1844-1883) was a chemist, architectural apprentice and scientific lecturer at London's Polytechnic Institution that created and patented many illusions.

Illusions:

  • Palingenesia in 1872 which a spectator is dissected and then restored.
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