Chevy Teams Up With PicFlips For Nostalgic Flip Book Fun At NAIAS

Guests who explore the Chevy exhibit at the North American International Auto Show will find a 1963 Greenbriar set up to be what appears like a normal photo booth. Don’t be fooled. This is the Auto Show and Chevy has stepped it up here.

This special setup allows guests to step back in time to the 60’s and 70’s when flip books were the craze. Here’s where the modern tech comes in. A video camera will record a seven second clip and immediately the frames of video are printed, cut and bound together for to take home as a souvenir. Plus, on the last page of the book there’s a URL and a QR code to scan and have the video sent via email.

Want to learn more about the newest craze in customized party favors? Check out the PicFlips official site.

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