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Smashing Apps gives us some creative examples for inspiration of stop motion animation.
Stop motion is an animation technique to make a physically manipulated object appear to move on its own. The object is moved in small amounts between individually photographed frames, creating the illusion of movement when the series of frames are played as a continuous sequence. The disadvantage with this form of animation is that it can sometimes appear to ’strobe’, partly due to the lack of blur between the frames. Today, we are listing here 21 Stunning Examples Of Creatively Done Stop Motion Animations to make you impress with these creative art that need lots of hard work to get it done. This list is not long in numbers but I promise you that when you start browsing them in details it will surely refresh you and force you to search out more amazing stop motion animations.
This was a great job by Max and Emerald, thanks, I appreciate the time and effort. You will make great teachers through this resource.
Reprinted from eschoolnews (in its entirety as the article is not visible for class without registering).
When University of Central Florida junior Nicole Nissim got stumped in trigonometry, she checked out what was showing on YouTube.
Nissim typically scours the video-sharing Web site for clips of bands and comedy skits. But this time she wasn’t there to procrastinate on her homework. It turned out YouTube was also full of math videos. After watching a couple, the psychology major says, she finally understood trig equations and how to make graphs.
“I was able to watch them at my own pace and if I didn’t get a concept, I could easily rewind it,” Nissim says. “It was a lot clearer once I watched the video.”