A new service is available based in the UK, called Flickaclip it allows anyone with a short video clip to have it printed into a Flicker Book.
Online PR News – 15-June-2009 – – A huge number of people now have a collection of short video clips recorded on their digital cameras and mobile phones. These clips can now be viewed and shared in a fun new way, thanks to Flickaclip. In the 19th Century Flicker Books were used to show moving pictures, now reborn for the 21st Century, anyone can have their personal video clips made into a printed book, simply by placing an order at the Flickaclip website http://www.flickaclip.co.uk
“Flicker Books (sometimes called Flip Books or Flick Books) are certainly not a new idea, but what Flickaclip have done is made them into a fun and easy way to share video clips that doesn’t need any technical knowledge to view them, making ideal gifts for all age groups”, said Dave Carter, Co-founder of Flickaclip.
“Photo-books have been around a while now, enabling people to have their digital stills printed into a book – now by visiting the Flickaclip website people can do the same thing with moving pictures. Everyone that sees a Flickaclip book is fascinated by the smooth video playback from printed paper”, Dave added.
With more developments planned for the future, Flickaclip will continue to provide innovative products that make use of the growing library of short video clips. Flicker Books are also great for corporate promotion or advertising gimmicks and Flickaclip will work with companies to produce custom runs of books.