Aggiornato il: 5 lug 2019
In the early 1940s, Cecil Stokes, British filmmaker, produced Auroratone films, a movie to use in the treatment of mentally disturbed patients.
Abstract forms were projected on a screen accompanied by the singing of Bing Crosby.
The main idea, was "mimicking synaesthesia with the help of machinery " as Walter Forsberg states in his article "God Must Have Painted Those Pictures: Illuminating Auroratone's Lost History" (http://www.incite-online.net/forsberg4.html)
This is the only example of an original Cecil Stokes Auroratone that exists on the internet
Source found in youtube:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uFXku4MntpY
Auroratone films for the treatment of psychotic depressions in an army general hospital:
If I take in consideration my work "Sacred Heart I also speak about abstract color patterns, and motion pictures. The movement that I also use is slow and constant.
There is a blending of golden shapes overlapping each other, and all the light effect motion is hypnotic and soothing.
 Douglas Jones, T. (1972). The Art of Light and Color. Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, p.96.