This is a very interesting effect and I feel like doing it and it brought back to my mind Muybridge.
The experiment by Muybridge
The origin of motion capture technology referred to as MoCap, recording movements of people or other moving objects and analyzing them, can be traced back to the experiment done by Edward Muybridge, an English photographer, in 1872. He photographed each movement of a horse galloping, by using twenty four cameras lined up on the horse track, that were triggered when the horse ran past. From this, a series of 24 pictures of a horse galloping stride by stride was made. Those pictures first revealed the motion of a horse’s movement. Actually, that was when they proved that there was a moment when all four legs were in the air at the same time .