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The term Pop-Up Book for Adults is often applied to any book with three-dimensional pages, although properly the umbrella term movable book covers pop-ups, transformations, tunnel books, volvelles, flaps, pull-tabs, pop-outs, pull-downs, and more, each of which performs in a different manner. Also included, because they employ the same techniques, are three-dimensional greeting cards
Design and creation of such books in arts is sometimes called “paper engineering”. This usage should not be confused with traditional paper engineering, the engineering of systems to mass-produce paper products.
The artistic aspect of paper engineering is related to origami in that the two arts both employ folded paper. However, origami in its simplest form doesn’t use scissors or glue and tends to be made with very foldable paper; by contrast, pop-ups rely more on glue, cutting, and stiff card stock. What they have in common is folding.
Pop-Up Book for Adults Animated books combine three elements: story, colored illustrations which include text, and “two or more animated illustrations with their movement mechanisms working between a doubled page.”. In 1938, Julian Wehr‘s animations for children’s books were patented as “moving illustrations” that move the picture up and down and horizontally at the same time with a single movement