Stop Motion is a well-known animation technique as old as cinema. Stop Motion is a well-known animation technique as old as cinema. It consists of creating movement from photographs that, joined in succession, create the animation of inanimate objects.
Moreover, the origins of Stop Motion go back practically to the beginnings of cinema. The Frenchman Georges Méliès already used this technique in his films in 1896.
Now, it is our 5th grade students who have worked with this technique in the Art classrooms. The objective is to develop at an early age, technological and digital skills that will be useful in their academic and professional future.
For this, as part of our International Baccalaureate methodology, Casvi students have used video and sound editing applications. In this video we tell them how they have done it: