Haurel & Lardy test


I found a book that contains blown up frames from Laurel & Hardy films – ‘The Best Of Laurel & Hardy’

With my proposal in mind I’m going to play around with scanning and arranging the frames on a timeline. This first attempt is just to see if it works. Not so interesting but I get a flick book effect. Next stage is to scan multiple films and re-edit the frames.

What if I recreate the original book but make the stills move? You turn the pages and the images move,flick book style.

Or make the still images animate / activate when touching them. Fujitsu have developed a device that turns any piece of paper into a gesture controlled device.


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