Jul
03
2009
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Mobile Flip Book Studio

Written by Mr. Flip Book in: Uncategorized |
Feb
17
2009
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The History of Flip Books

Today I found a very resourceful flip book website – flipbook.info. Flip Book Info provides a comprehensive database of Pascal Fouché’s flip book collection of more than 4,900 flip books.

Also, on Fouché’s flip book website, flip book fans and users can find a historical overview of flip books. This information includes:

  • The origin of flip books
  • The different names for flip books, flick books, and Abblätterbuch
  • Flip book formats, dimensions, etc.
  • Among other historical flip book information

Flip Book Info is a concise website that is a great resource.

The flip book sample videos are a real treat:

Source: Flip Books Blog

Written by Mr. Flip Book in: Flip Book History | Tags: , ,
Feb
08
2009
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Flipbook Handheld Animations

We saw this great flip book blog post on a Blog About Flipbooks.

“You can make your own flipbook using any printer and a series of digital images. There is no reason why you couldn’t print the series of images in the upper or lower right corners of a multipage report, so people could flip the pages to see the animation. It might be one way to get people’s attention. In most cases however, you’d want to do a stand-alone flipbook. Here’s how to begin:”

Visit this flip books blog to read the entire how to on Flipbook Handheld Animations.

Jan
22
2009
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Feel like being extra creative?

Why not make a little flip book with all your creativity? Try your hand at creating your own flip book from scratch with this blank Flip Book Template. Just download, then print out and follow the instructions on the template. You will again need *Adobe® Acrobat® Reader® to download this file.

Start off with something simple like a stick figure waving, a bouncing ball or even a falling snowflake.

Once you come up with something really cool, email us what you’ve come up with. Perhaps you might allow us to add your creation to the website for others to try?

Flip book template courtesy of Rosson House Museum.

Written by Mr. Flip Book in: Flip Books,flip book template | Tags: , ,
Jan
12
2009
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Unique Party Favors: Flip Books

Here’s a creative way to make flip books and my recommendation for flip book service provider.

A Little Scene Flip Books is a mobile flip book studio is Southern California (Los Angeles, San Diego, and Orange County). Their flip books are the latest trend in creating personalized party favors at events, weddings, and parties. A Little Scene Flip Books’ flip books provide not only a custom keepsake, but they are party entertainment as well.

Their flip books are the perfect unique party favor for:

  • wedding receptions
  • corporate parties and corporate parties
  • proms and dances
  • happy hours
  • birthday parties
  • holiday parties
  • Bar Mitzvahs and Bat Mitzvahs
  • convention/expo booths

The utilize props to incorporate themes for holiday and corporate parties. Their flip books blog illustrates all the fun flip book ideas and themes they have.

Dec
17
2008
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How flip books work

Flip books seem so easy to give the illusion of movement with still images. So, how do flip books really work?

A cartoon, a drawing, a photograph animation is made up of a series of still images, pictures, or hand drawings. In fact, every movie, TV show, and video you watch works the exact same way.

When you view a series of still images one after another, your mind fills in the gaps and you are tricked into thinking that the images, cartoon characters, or photographs are actually moving.

Dec
10
2008
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How to make a flip book for the holidays

Creating a flip book is a great idea to wish that special someone “Happy Holidays!”

Below is a 24 frame flip book comprised of 24 images that make this little scene of a snow man coming together to wish the flip book recipient “Happy Holidays”. To help you create your holiday flip book, you will need to follow the following steps:

  • Print this page so that each flip book frame is available. Quick Tip: use heavier stock paper for flip books.
  • Cut out each flip book frame so that they are 2″ height and 3.5″ width
  • Stack the flip book frames in order from 1 to 24. Flip book frame #1 will be your cover page
  • Either glue or staple your flip book together
  • Then, just give it a flip – it’s really that simple!
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Written by Mr. Flip Book in: Flip Books | Tags: , , ,
Dec
08
2008
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A brief history on flip books

From the pre-motion picture era to the origins of animation, cinema and modern entertainment, flip books are recognized as one of the earliest forms of what today is referred to as “interactive multimedia” or “interactive motion pictures”.

Flip books, first patented in the U.S. on on May 16, 1882 by Henry Van Hovenbergh of Elizabeth, New Jersey, consisted of simple drawings stacked in a sequence of stages of movement with a single staple binding. When the pages were flipped, they would create the optical illusion of motion or animation. Flip books were then popularized in the early 1900′s by the Cracker Jack Company who gave the flip books away as free in-pack prizes. Other marketers soon followed suit, including manufacturers of breakfast cereals, bubble gum, cigarettes, automobiles and snack foods. The trend continued strong through the 1940′s. Then, in the 1960′s, innovative marketers from Disney, Gillette, McDonald’s, Post Cereals, Canada Dry, Ford (and others) resurrected the flip book trend, creatively using flip books as novelties, interactive brochures and promotional giveaways to promote their products. But unfortunately, that trend ended in the 1970′s as new, more progressive “interactive multimedia” technologies began to take the spotlight away from the old fashioned flip books.

Fast forwarding to the 2000s, over a century after flip books were first introduced, flip books are back and better than ever!

Companies have re-engineered the original flip book concept to create the most engaging, entertaining flip book experience ever. Companies can create and produce flip books from live-action or animated video footage easily and efficiently. The end result is a high quality flip book “keepsake” that plays back crystal clear clips of full motion video with a simple flip of a thumb. If he were still alive today, Henry Van Hovenbergh would be proud of achievements in taking his original flip book concept to a whole new level of sophistication and interactive entertainment.

In this age of high tech interactive multimedia, the simplicity of flip books is not only refreshing, but its illusion is even more captivating than ever. Creative marketers are, once again, beginning to use flip books as interactive brochures and promotional giveaway items for live events, trade shows and other marketing activities.

Custom flip books are the perfect interactive brochure or promotional giveaway. Examples or custom flip books will be forthcoming.

Dec
06
2008
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What are flip books?

A “flip book” is a small or medium sized book with a series of pictures that gradually change from one page to the next page, so that when the pages are flipped with a rapid speed, the pictures appear to animate by simulating motion or some other change.

Flip books are often illustrated books for children, but may also be geared towards adults and employ a series of photographs rather than drawings. With the advent of web cameras and other digital camcorders, flip books have become easier to create while capture a special moment in time.

Flip books are not always separate books, but may appear as an added feature in ordinary books or magazines, often in the page corners.

Most people remember flip books from their third grade math class. While not part of the academic curriculum, most students remember making flip books to entertain themselves to pass the time.

Written by Mr. Flip Book in: Flip Books | Tags: , , ,

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