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
0

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.

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