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The mini, compact Dynamic Fidget Spinner toy produces a fascinating moving image while giving your anxious child focus, clarity, and calm. Light and tiny, you can take it on-the-go: to the store, in the car, even in crowds. Since it’s silent and small, it won’t distract others or cause disruptions. Plus, it lets your child escape sensory overload and release pent-up energy in a safe, fun way.
✔️ Safe, smooth, and well-suited for youngsters
✔️ Turn the top to see a fascinating moving image
✔️ Easy to use--perfect for both kids and adults
✔️ Improves concentration and balance
✔️ Relieves stress, anxiety, and fidgety fingers
✔️ Small and discreet--take it anywhere
It’s no secret that kids get stressed too. Children with autism, SPD, and ADHD are especially prone to social anxiety and overwhelm. The Dynamic Fidget Spinner is a superb sensory solution that lets you carry calm with you wherever you go. It’s small enough to slip in your purse or wallet--even your pocket! Fidget spinners have been shown to improve focus, soothe overactive minds, and prevent meltdowns.
This unique fidget spinner has fun, dynamic illustrations that rotate to create a beautiful moving image--a movie in the palm of your hand! You’ll want to stock up on this amazing sensory solution that’s loved by parents and kids alike. They make great party favors and stocking stuffers for anyone who deals with anxiety, boredom, or excess energy.
The video we usually encounter is 30 or 60 frames per second, that is, 30 or 60 different consecutive pictures are switched in 1 second. Then the principle that our fidget spinner can form animation is also in accordance with this law.
Because the refresh frame rate of our naked eyes is very high, when the fidget spinner rotates again, we have already seen the spinning, and we can't see the freeze-frame.
Because when you choose 30 frames per second for the video format, then the top needs to meet a multiple of 30 revolutions per second/6 (6 frames) to freeze the frame To the screen, the animation is then generated.
The last question talked about stop-motion images before they form an animation, so we have to look at a single picture, a picture is composed of aperture, light sensitivity, and shutter. At night, when we take a picture of a moving vehicle, there will always be a smear effect, because the light is too dark and the shutter is not fast enough. Then come back and say that we want to take a freeze-frame when the top is rotating at a high speed. There must be enough light to let the phone shutter automatically meet the high shutter speed and freeze every frame in the rotation.