It seems we are having a bit of a stop motion day here on Geeky Gadgets, with my previous article covering the Worlds largest stop-motion movie using Post-it notes. This article covers a stop motion movie that has been created using the 11,000 square-foot Pendine Beach in South Wales (UK) and a Nokia N8 smartphone. Again, after the break is the final stop animation movie together with the making of movie. Enjoy!
A cherry picker was used together with three Nokia N8 smartphones to capture the frames required to make the movie, using high quality .jpgs that were then all stitched together to create the final one and half minute movie.
The whole film process took 5 days and required a much larger team, than when the World smallest stop motion movie which was created in a darkened studio with a small team, again with a Nokia N8 smartphone.
The process of making the World largest stop motion video using a Nokia N8 on a beach is shown below.
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