Rotoscoping, invented by Max Fleischer in 1915, revolutionized movement in animated film. It allowed real human motion and dancing to be translated into frame-by-frame animation, such as turning Cab Calloway’s moves into a walrus dancing.
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We’ve been covering the crazy creations of maker-humorist Simone Giertz since the very beginning. As she points out in this new video, announcing her new company, Yetch, for years people have been responding to her funny inventions with the “Take my money” meme. So, she is now prepared to do just that. She has put… READ THE REST
Mistakes are essential for growth. Not to sound too much like a motivational speaker here, but how can you learn what strategy doesn’t work without failure. It’s just part of the process. However, some mistakes don’t start as mistakes. They disguise themselves as boons and become burdens over time. Anyone that’s ever dated can attest… READ THE REST