I'm trying to determine the name of the type of hinge that when actuated pops outwards (or inwards) before allowing the object it's attached to to rotate open.
The only examples I can think of that demonstrate the motion are all from sci-fi/games with the closest real world example being the sliding door on a minivan, which pops outwards as it starts to slide open.
Edit - More detailed description of actuation.
User grabs handle and pulls the door/lid towards themselves several inches, upon reaching maximum extent, door/lid is/can then be swung open in the traditional manner.
I may need to just self fabricate by welding an Extend Tip Out hinge to a traditional side hinge to get the actuation behavior.
Edit* - Video An answer identified the type of door as a 'plug door', using that I found a video that shows the motion I was describing, except the airplane door pops in before going out and I was thinking pop out before rotating out. video
Still searching for the hinge itself that allows this motion. Fancy aerospace pressurization effects (or cost) not desired.