The stop motion film style is an animation technique made popular by in the original 1933 version of King Kong and claymation classics Gumby and Wallace and Gromit. The technique makes static objects appear to move by making items move very small amounts between individual frames, producing the
effect of motion when the film is played back, as in conventional drawn
and painted animation. The one minute video below was described as "web 2.0 stop motion style" on the web 2.0 page of FunMansion.com where I found it posted. I don't agree with the naming or definition of this video as it really doesn't cover anything related to web 2.0 but I do think it is an entertaining piece of video due to its animation style.