iStopMotion Goes to the Science Fair

by Oliver -


Tim Lauer runs a weblog with "News, Views, and Information About Technology and Education". In a post he describes his son's Science Fair project: "My son is in second grade at Gelncoe and his display was a bit of a hybrid involving a cardboard display and a laptop. We worked on an animation project that utilized traditional animation techniques such as flip books, and also a digital version using a program called iStopMotion. A very nice stop animation program from Boinx Software." In a comment on the flickr page he points out that the science involved is called Persistance of Vision as pointed to by the Wikipedia article on Animation.