Laboratories En Plein Aire

J.D.B. Stillman. The horse in motion as shown by instantaneous photography, with a study on animal mechanics founded on anatomy and the revelations of the camera, in which is demonstrated the theory of quadrupedal locomotion. Boston: J.R. Osgood, 1882.

Not all experiments are suited to the confines of the built environment. Whether dependent upon the elements, or simply too large to fit inside an enclosure, some scientific investigations require an unrestricted venue. This section of the exhibit explores discoveries and inventions dependent upon earth, sea, and sky.