Thaumatropes: Is a scientific toy created in the 19th century consisting of a disc and one image on either side oif the disc. These two images appear to combin into one when the disc is rapidly spinned.
Zoetropes: Is an optical invention of the 19th century is composed of a cylinder with a series of pictures on the inside, so when viewed through the cylinder when rotating, gives an impression of continous motion
Phenakistascopes: An early form of a zoetrope in which figures are depicted in different poses around the edge of the disc . When the disc is spun, and the figures observed through the apetures around the edge of the disc , they appear to be moving.
Put a picture of the 2 still images your group created.
Video of you twirling the two images
Morphing and Warping
Morphing: Is the smooth transformation of one image into a another by animation, for example a motion picture.
Warping: Is when an image is becomes bent or twisted out of shape.