Stop motion is an animation technique where a single, static image of a subject is recorded. The illusion of movement is generated by a slight change in position of the figure and subsequent addition of the single frames
This technique is used for animated cartoons and puppets, as well as a special effect in real film. It was used for the first time at the end of the 19th century, by the French film director Georges Méliès, among others. One of the best-known examples stop motion film is Willis O'Brien's "King Kong" (1933). Today computer animations usually replace the stop motion technique for displaying monsters.
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A food bank in Essen has sparked a national debate in Germany after deciding to stop accepting people without a German passport — unless they were already signed up. The organizers say the majority of people they help are foreigners, and this makes other recipients uncomfortable. But is it unfair to shut foreigners out from receiving this kind of charity? Another food bank in Berlin thinks so.