Please understand it.
I put the papers one by one which had been placed in alignment before, and made an animation.
This is the real "turning paper" at the time of copying in Windows. I'll show you in the traditional animated GIF.
This was what we say "turning paper".
And this is the state of file copy of Windows seen obliquely, which nobody has ever seen.
It is a really hard movement.
I won't be angry to see the sign "rest 1 hour" to copy the file any more. I am the man in Tokyo who understands how Windows feels best.
I think "it takes an hour to copy, very long", and do another task. During that time, it secretly extends the time showing "another 5 hours to complete". It is as if seeing myself.
By the way, this was taken on the gray wall.
The replaced file appears and disappears on the table at the lower right. This has imaged accidentally.
In spite of this, I wanted to show it because the file flies so speedy.
It was over midnight when I completed.
I cut my fingers.
After many twists and turns, I could see the "turning paper" of the file copy of Windows. While I was recording frame by frame, I was half in doubt that it could really show the movement. When I turned it to animation in Photoshop, it could.
It is nonsense to point out that eventually it can be seen in only the computer.