History of Storyboard:
Storyboard is a form of organizing illustrations or images in a sequence. It’s often used for motion picture, animation, interactive media, etc. The person who was thought to have invented the storyboard was a Disney animator, Webb Smith. He came up with the idea of drawing different scenes on different pieces of paper to tell the story. Other then film, theatre uses storyboards also as a layout for the scene. For example, a Russian theatre practitioner named Constantin Stanislavski used storyboards for production plans for his performances.