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With the use of computer programs animated stop-motion acceded to a new level of competence. Stop motion would film a `puppet` by moving the object slightly and shooting the subject one frame at a time. Because the motion was not smooth the appearance of the puppet or model was stilted and erratic. With the advent of Go-Motion technology puppets co
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