American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A small book consisting of a series of images that give the illusion of continuous movement when the edges of the pages are flipped quickly.
- flip + book (Wiktionary)
““The Book of Heroes” margin flipbook animation from Roderick Constance on Vimeo.”
“Archaia’s Mouse Guard/Fraggle Rock flipbook is a nice package, and the distinctive square size makes it stand out.”
“The creative brains behind the flipbook is the agency offering the scholarship, Rethink.”
“Arranged in a recent artist book devoted to the series with one photograph following the other, one image to each page, the typology is transformed into a kind of flipbook, a proto-cinematic device carrying the photograph and the image into other domains.”
“This was a short "flipbook" animation I did recently.”
“The online "flipbook," as it calls itself, was founded in 2008 to provide men with a wide choice of mature websites and photos with clickable hyperlinks.”
“Your timelines can be viewed as a zoomable timeline, as a "flipbook" (a poor man's”
“Previous Post 'The Office': Subtle Sexuality flipbook -- more is a good thing”
“And I saw this flipbook in my head of all the times I had seen him cry over the years.”
“Among Ms. Widmaier Picasso's favorite discoveries was a matchbook-size flipbook that conjures her grandmother in 48 quick-succession photos.”
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