For her 3rd year dissertation project Katy Beveridge set out to find a creative way to film animation in real time rather through techniques like stop-motion. She then came up with the brilliant idea of placing paper on a bike wheel and using a video camera’s — and the human eye’s — frame rate limitations to create the animation.
Clever Animation Technique Using a Bike Tire, Some Paper, and a Video Camera
- Published on November 24, 2011 by Michael Zhang
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