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.

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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.

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

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