Music video by Beyoncé performing Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It). YouTube view counts pre-VEVO: 240,029. (C) 2008 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT
There is a marked difference between shooting live action and dropping frames for a 'staccato' effect and pixilation, where an actor is manipulated frame-by-frame in the same way as a puppet in more conventional stop-motion production (as we did for the RAM project). This also isn't timelapse, as there is no incremental capture over a period of time - rather the process is live action capture, with frames removed in post-production, to produce a certain visual effect. I think the production process is key to classifying the type of animated movement.
I reckon we should keep it up here though, as an example of what we maintain *isn't* pixilation or timelapse :)