Flip books are awesome to look at and flip through, but they’re not the easiest or quickest things to make. For one, you’d either have to have a really quick trigger finger so you can take sets of burst shots in rapid succession, or a really steady hand so you can record short clips that don’t look off. For the latter, you’d also have to spend some time in front of the computer, editing shots before you can print them out.
Making the entire process of creating flip books quick and easy is the GIF-TY Polaroid camera concept.
It gives you a physical GIF animation in your hands within minutes of shooting the entire thing.
The GIF-TY is basically a Polaroid camera that uses Z-ink paper. All the user has to do is turn the timer, shoot the 1 to 5 second segment, and hit the print button to make a physical copy of the images. The frames are then ripped and arranged in sequential order, and the flip book is good to go and ready for flipping!
You can check it out in action in the clip below.
The GIF-TY was designed by Jiho Jang.
[via Yanko Design]