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August Musger's Projector
AugustMusgerProjector

Origin

August Musger

Type

Camera

Effects

Causes victims to move in slow motion

Downsides

If not neutralized before used on another person original person cannot return to normal speed

Activation

Looking at target through the viewfinder/Being caught in the projector's light

Collected by

Warehouse 13 Agents

Section

Allentown-22C

Aisle

3423-552235

Shelf

32534-03423-99235706

Date of Collection

01/1932

[Source]


OriginEdit

Professor August Musger (1868 - 1929) was an Austrian priest and physicist who invented Slow Motion. The method was patented and he used a movie projector to show what he was doing.

The event that created the artifact was when a local teen was stealing from the offering box of Musger's church. Upon leaving his office he caught the thief breaking open the box and rushed to stop him but the teen pushed Musger who fell into the table that held the projector for service. When it landed it turned on and the light covered the teen. When Musger stood up he was amazed to see that the boy hadn't left yet, however he appeared to be moving in slow motion. The boy was arrested, while Musger took the projector into his office and prayed for advice. It's unknown how Musger was able to neutralize it.

EffectsEdit

When turned on anyone caught in the light of the projector moves in slow motion. From their vantage point, time appears to move faster and they have no understanding how hours passed when events flew by in minutes.

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