life.turns. is a project started for the 2010 Edinburgh Arts Festival by Blipfoto.com.
It incorporates 1205 photographs taken in 21 countries over 40 days, as one film.
Models were shot in a variety of "walking" poses, then the images were stitched together to create a continuous movement.
It's a digital version of the zoetrope, a Victorian-age machine that produced animation by rapidly cycling still images. With the invention of photography, Eadward Muybridge took the next step towards motion pictures with his rapid-fire photo montages. (Link contains lots of nudity - Muybridge was a bit of a pig.)
So, here's the digital zoetrope:
Turn" by Travis.