Harold Eugene “Doc” Edgerton was an electrical engineer and began to take photographs as scientific experiments. Over the next dozen years the Edgerton family moved a total of four times, finally settling in Aurora, Nebraska (Hamilton County). He also was deeply involved with the development of sonar and deep-sea photography, and his equipment was used by Jacques Cousteau in searches for shipwrecks and even the Loch Ness Monster.[2]. American electrical engineer and photographer. Harold Eugene Edgerton Apr 6, 1903 - Jan 4, 1990. In the early stages of atomic experiments, the U.S. government hired Harold Edgerton to figure out how to photograph big bangs. He later devised methods and equipment to photograph sea life at unprecedented depths. The Edgerton Digital Collections project celebrates the spirit of a great pioneer, Harold 'Doc' Edgerton, inventor, entrepreneur, explorer and beloved MIT professor. While working with Cousteau, he acquired the nickname in photographic circles: "Papa Flash". Harold Eugene Edgerton; Moscow Circus, 1963 Harold Eugene Edgerton; Milk Drop Coronet, 1957 Harold Eugene Edgerton; Page secondary navigation. Let us know if you have suggestions to improve this article (requires login). Palm Beach Collections Chicago, IL, US. Tell everyone everything you know. Harold Eugene "Doc" Edgerton, also known as Papa Flash (April 6, 1903 – January 4, 1990) was a professor of electrical engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Harold Eugene Edgerton (American, 1903–1990) printed under the supervision of Harold Edgerton and Gus Kayafas by Boris Color Lab, Boston, Massachusetts. He taught at MIT from 1928, becoming a full professor there in 1948. Silver gelatin print. In 1966, he was named Institute Professor, MIT's highest honor. When taking multiflash photographs this strobe light equipment could flash up to 120 times a second. Harold Eugene Edgerton also known as Papa Flash (April 6, 1903 – January 4, 1990) was a professor of electrical engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Close a deal with a handshake. For this role Edgerton and Charles Wykoff and others at EG&G developed and manufactured the Rapatronic camera. Stephen Dowling looks at his legacy. Born in Fremont, Nebraska, Harold “Doc” Edgerton (1903–1990) began his graduate studies at MIT in 1926. Most Similar Photograph United States 1903–1990 More More options. He is largely credited with transforming the stroboscope from an obscure laboratory instrument into a common device. He died suddenly on January 4, 1990 at the MIT Faculty Club at the age of 86, and is buried in Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, Massachusetts. He is largely credited with transforming the stroboscope from an obscure laboratory instrument into a common device. He would tell his students: “Work hard. In 1936 Edgerton visited hummingbird expert May Rogers Webster. It was designated as a "teaching museum," that would preserve Doc's work and artifacts, as well as feature the "Explorit Zone" where people of all ages could participate in hands-on exhibits and interact with live science demonstrations. I am an engineer. Harold “Doc” Edgerton was an inventor, explorer, entrepreneur, and much-loved MIT professor. Harold Eugene Edgerton has 29 works online. She was born in Aurora, Nebraska on September 8, 1903 and died on March 9, 2002 in Charlestown, South Carolina. Harold Eugene Edgerton Doc Edgerton with his laboratory notebooks Harold Eugene “Doc” Edgerton, 1903-1990, B.S. He also spent some of his childhood years in Washington, D.C., and Lincoln, Nebraska. Gift of the Harold and Esther Edgerton Family Foundation. Includes 'Bullet piercing bar of Ivory soap , 1964' (image: 8x10''), 'Milk Drop Coronet, 1936' (image: 9.25x7.25''), and 'Golfer, 1937' (image: 7.5x8.75''). 1938 Gelatin silver print. Available for sale from Etherton Gallery, Harold Eugene Edgerton, Moscow Circus (1963), Dye transfer print, 14 1/8 × 17 29/40 in His last undergraduate class, taught during fall semester 1977, was a freshman seminar titled "Bird and Insect Photography". View Tumblers by Harold Eugene Edgerton sold at Photographs from the Collection of the Art Institute of Chicago on Online-Only Auction 8 – 22 December 2014 . With his new flash Edgerton was able to photograph the action of such things as drops of milk falling into a saucer, a tennis racket hitting a ball, and bullets hitting a steel plate or traveling at speeds of up to 2,800 feet (853 metres) per second. He is largely credited with transforming the stroboscope from an obscure laboratory instrument into a common device. [6] He earned an SM in electrical engineering from MIT in 1927. He also was deeply involved with the development of sonar and deep-sea photography, and his equipment was used by Jacques Cousteau in searches for shipwrecks and even the Loch Ness Monster. Installation views. Harold “Doc” Edgerton was born in 1903, in Fremont, Nebraska. His sister, Mary Ellen Edgerton, was the wife of L. Welch Pogue (1899–2003) a pioneering aviation attorney and Chairman of the old Civil Aeronautics Board. There are 21,065 photographs online. About this artwork Currently Off View Photography and Media Artist Harold Eugene Edgerton Title Moscow Circus Origin United States Date Original 1963 Medium Harold Eugene "Doc" Edgerton, also known as Papa Flash (April 6, 1903 – January 4, 1990) was a professor of electrical engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. $3,000. Boston: Gus Kayafas, 1977. 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Edgerton, MIT Institute Archives and Special Collections, National Academy of Sciences Biographical Memoir, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Doc_Edgerton&oldid=994137896, Fellows of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles with unsourced statements from March 2020, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers, Wikipedia articles with RKDartists identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SELIBR identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SNAC-ID identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. The company name "Edgerton, Germeshausen, and Grier" was changed to EG&G in 1947. Tell everyone everything you know. After completing a master's degree in the subject at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1927, he joined the … Close a deal with a handshake. Edgerton remained active throughout his later years, and was seen on the MIT campus many times after his official retirement. Falling drop of milk, illuminated by using a strobe light, photographed by Harold E. Edgerton, c. 1938. Edgerton partnered with Kenneth J. Germeshausen to do consulting for industrial clients. During his summers as a teenager, he worked in his uncle’s photo studio. Licensing. His work was instrumental in the development of side-scan sonar technology, used to scan the sea floor for wrecks. Harold Eugene Edgerton was an American electrical engineer and photographer. He was born Harold Eugene Edgerton on April 6, 1903, in Fremont, Nebraska (Dodge County), the eldest of three children of Mary Nettie (Coe) and Frank Eugene Edgerton. After the war he and his associates photographed nuclear test explosions. [18], At MIT, the Edgerton Center, founded in 1992, is a hands-on laboratory resource for undergraduate and graduate students, and also conducts educational outreach programs for high school students and teachers.[19]. He was responsible for inventing a bulb that could flash rapidly in conjunction with a high-speed camera. Harold Eugene Edgerton, Bullet Through Jack, 1960. HAROLD EUGENE EDGERTON 5 time so that he could demonstrate his strobe, Edgerton drove to Nebraska keeping an eye out for factory buildings. Close a deal with a handshake. Named collection: Harold E. Edgerton Collection Object type: negative Maker: Edgerton, Harold Eugene Date made: 1936. View Full Details. Omissions? Eugene Higgins (American, 1874-1958) The Approaching. The resulting images often possessed artistic beauty in addition to their value to industry and science. Edgerton captured motion on high-speed film, producing some of the most expressive photographs that the artistic community had ever seen. Harold Eugene Edgerton Follow. A picture of her with the birds flying around her appeared in National Geographic. During World War II he constructed stroboscopic units to photograph the night operations of enemy troops. Harold Eugene Edgerton was born on April 6, 1903, in Fremont, Neb. The Edgerton Digital Collections project celebrates the spirit of a great pioneer, Harold "Doc" Edgerton, inventor, entrepreneur, explorer and beloved MIT professor. Media in category "Harold Eugene Edgerton" The following 3 files are in this category, out of 3 total. Edgerton co-founded EG&G, Inc., which manufactured advanced electronic equipment including side-scan sonars, subbottom profiling equipment. Edgerton was born in Fremont, Nebraska, on April 6, 1903, the son of Mary Nettie Coe and Frank Eugene Edgerton,[3][4] a descendant of Samuel Edgerton, the son of Richard Edgerton, one of the founders of Norwich, Connecticut and Alice Ripley,[5] a great-granddaughter of Governor William Bradford (1590–1657) of the Plymouth Colony and a passenger on the Mayflower. 1927 and Sc.D. Edgerton explored many uses for his new photographic equipment. This site is for all who share Doc Edgerton's philosophy of "Work hard. His father was a lawyer , journalist , author and orator , as well as a descendant of Governor William Bradford of the Plymouth Colony and a … Navigate parenthood with the help of the Raising Curious Learners podcast. Updates? By signing up for this email, you are agreeing to news, offers, and information from Encyclopaedia Britannica. In his first, he tried to produce a perfect coronet from a single drop of milk falling into liquid. (19.1 x 24.1 cm) Signed, dated '1986' in pencil and 'The Museum of … Edgerton worked with undersea explorer Jacques Cousteau, by first providing him with custom-designed underwater photographic equipment featuring electronic flash, and then by developing sonar techniques used to discover the Britannic. HAROLD EUGENE EDGERTON April 6, 1903–January 4, 1990 BY J. KIM VANDIVER AND PAGAN KENNEDY HAROLD (“ DOC ”) EDGERTON, born in Fremont, Nebraska, in 1903, transformed the strobe from an obscure technology to a fixture of American life. In 1926, as a graduate student, Edgerton began to experiment with flash tubes. Edgerton's work was featured in an October 1987 National Geographic Magazine article entitled "Doc Edgerton: the man who made time stand still". Edgerton grew up in Aurora, Nebraska. He became a professor of electrical engineering at MIT in 1934. [17], On July 3, 1990, in an effort to memorialize Edgerton's accomplishments, several community members in Aurora, Nebraska decided to construct a "Hands-On" science center. Harold Eugene "Doc" Edgerton, also known as Papa Flash was a professor of electrical engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Bruce, Roger R. (editor); Collins, Douglas, et al., This page was last edited on 14 December 2020, at 07:10. Tell everyone everything you know. Since their wings beat sixty times a second, accurate observations of hummingbirds; activities had eluded naturalists before flash photography. To do this he invented the stroboscope – a device to produce short bursts of light. This site is for all who share Doc Edgerton's philosophy of 'Work hard. Edgerton used stroboscopes to study synchronous motors for his Sc.D. In 1962, Edgerton appeared on I've Got a Secret, where he demonstrated strobe flash photography by shooting a bullet into a playing card and photographing the result. After five years of private and community-wide fund-raising, as well as individual investments by Doc's surviving family members, the Edgerton Explorit Center was officially dedicated on September 9, 1995 in Aurora. Harold Eugene Edgerton (1903-1990) Seeing the Unseen. When he spotted one, he’d head to the nearest drug store, shut himself in the phone booth, and call the president of the company; oddly enough, top bosses always seemed to be available to the young man. Moments of Vision recounts Harold Edgerton's remarkable achievements in stroboscopy and electronic flash photography. Corrections? Edgerton was appointed a professor of electrical engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 1934. Learn more about the piece and artist, and its … Harold Eugene "Doc" Edgerton (April 6, 1903 – January 4, 1990) was a professor of electrical engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Edgerton was a pioneer in using short duration electronic flash in photographing fast events photography, subsequently using the technique to capture images of balloons at different stages of their bursting, a bullet during its impact with an apple, or using multiflash to track the motion of a devil stick, for example. Later Herbert Grier joined them. [1] He is largely credited with transforming the stroboscope from an obscure laboratory instrument into a common device. Available for sale from Caviar20, Harold Eugene Edgerton, Golf Tee-off (ca. Close a deal with a handshake. Harold Eugene EdgertonHarold Edgerton (1903-1990) the inventor of the Stroboscopic flashbulb, created a revolutionary way of looking at the world. Harold Eugene Edgerton – Early Years Edgerton was born in Fremont, Nebraska , the first of Frank and Mary Edgerton’s three children . Some of Edgerton's noted photographs are : Edgerton's work is held in the following public collection: American engineer and inventor (1903-1990), Mathematical, statistical, and computer sciences, (M.S., Electrical Engineering, 1927; PhD, Electrical Engineering, 1931), "Project History: Harold Edgerton and Side-Scan Sonar", http://lcweb4.loc.gov/service/gdc/scd0001/2007/20070619018ou/20070619018ou.pdf, "Franklin Laureate Database – Howard N. Potts Medal Laureates", "Golden Plate Awardees of the American Academy of Achievement", "Franklin Laureate Database – Albert A. Michelson Medal Laureates", "The President's National Medal of Science: Recipient Details | NSF - National Science Foundation", "Popular Interest: 1932–1941 « Harold "Doc" Edgerton", "Book of Members, 1780–2010: Chapter E", "Esther Edgerton, widow of 'Doc' Edgerton and benefactor of the Institute, dies at 98", "H. E. Edgerton, 86, Dies. David Pogue, a technology writer, journalist and commentator, is his great nephew. His invention of a repeatable electronic flash allowed for the photography of split-second events, such as a bursting balloon or a bullet passing through an apple. Photography. He is largely credited with transforming the stroboscope from an obscure laboratory instrument into a common device. See all 54 artworks Explore Further. EG&G became a prime contractor for the Atomic Energy Commission and had a major role in photographing and recording nuclear tests for the US through the fifties and sixties. He was able to illustrate with her help that it was possible to take photographs of the birds beating their wings 60 times a second using an exposure of one hundred thousandth of a second. EG&G also invented and manufactured the Krytron, the detonation device for the hydrogen bomb, and an EG&G division supervised many of America's nuclear testing. Ver más ideas sobre Fotografia, Fotografia movimiento, Fotografía de … Be on the lookout for your Britannica newsletter to get trusted stories delivered right to your inbox. The xenon flash could also emit repeated bursts of light at regular and very brief intervals and was thus an ideal stroboscope. Early years. 3pc Harold Eugene Edgerton (American, 1903-1990) Photographic Prints are mounted to cardstock and all prints are unsigned. [14] In 1956, Edgerton was elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. As a boy he learned photography from an uncle, and at age 15 he bought his first camera. 1926, University of Nebraska; S.M. In addition to having the scientific and engineering acumen to perfect strobe lighting commercially, Edgerton is equally recognized for his visual aesthetic: many of the striking images he created in illuminating phenomena that occurred too fast for the naked eye adorn art museums worldwide. She received a bachelor's degree in mathematics, music and education from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Edgerton’s tube remains the basic flash device used in still photography. Edgerton participated in the discovery of the American Civil War battleship USS Monitor. 1965), Chromogenic print, 7 1/2 × 9 1/2 in “Don’t make me out to be an artist. During their marriage they had three children: Mary Louise (April 21, 1931), William Eugene (8/9/1933), Robert Frank (5/10/1935). We have identified these works in the following photos from our exhibition history. Edgerton earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Nebraska in 1925 and received master’s (1927) and doctoral (1931) degrees in the same field from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge. Commentator, is his great nephew one of the harold and Esther Edgerton Family Foundation the.! 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