Safari: A Photicular BookHardback
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- Publisher: Workman Publishing
- Format: Hardback | 29 pages
- Dimensions: 206mm x 206mm x 61mm | 885g
- Publication date: 16 October 2012
- Publication City/Country: New York
- ISBN 10: 0761163808
- ISBN 13: 9780761163800
- Illustrations note: 8 "photicular" images
- Sales rank: 3,459
Imagine a field guide to all the animals you'd encounter on an African safari, but instead of looking at a photograph of them in the book you're reading, you're actually seeing a small film clip on the page of the animal in motion. It's a "PhoticularTM Book" - a lenticular-based technology that transfers fluid 4-color movies onto a book page. Why just read about the way a cheetah can run up to 60mph when you can actually watch him running, too? It's like having a coffee table book come to life in your hands. Featuring eight gorgeous animals (cheetah, rhino, elephant, giraffe, gazelle, zebra, gorilla, and lion), "Safari: A PhoticularTM Book" is full of the information you'd expect to hear from a real safari tour guide about each animal - plus an evocative first-person essay about the safari experience by nature writer and safari traveller, Carol Kaufmann. This spectacular book of "motion pictures" will leave you breathless.
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Dan Kainen is a New York inventor, artist, photographer, and industrial designer. In the 1980's he started experimenting with holography, and then integrated imaging. This led to three patents in that field, the latest of which is the basis for his MotionPicture¿ Books.
An imaginative interpretation of the real thing. Audubon magazine"