an animation technique in which inanimate figures, as of clay, are shot one frame at a time: the figures are moved slightly between frames, resulting in simulated motion when the film is run: also used attributively
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A filming technique used in animation, in which the camera is stopped after filming each frame or every few frames so as to allow objects within the scene, such as clay figures or paper cutouts, to be adjusted for the following frame.