Category: Internet and Interactive
Jan Pinkava, an Oscar-winning director at Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects group (ATAP), discusses new digital storytelling platforms and technologies, today’s animated film business and more as part of AWN’s series of exclusive video interviews from FMX 2014.
San Francisco-based broadcast and interactive media studio joins Los Angeles-based DUCK Studio’s directing roster.
Creative collective collaborates with Comedy Central on its new animated series, ‘Pixelheads,’ with gameplay from Divekick, award-winning games from Electronic Arts, and the voices of comedians Steve Agee, H Michael Croner and Rich Fulcher, among others.
Twenty-five all-new math-infused episodes -- including a musical one-hour special – of Emmy-winning preschool hit set to roll out starting Spring 2016.
Animator Sascha Ciezata releases a multimedia graphic novel based on Joseph Conrad’s ‘Heart of Darkness’ with daily episodes on Instagram.
26-episode series produced by Nickelodeon Animation Studios is created and executive produced by C.H. Greenblatt.
Cogswell the Dragon, the first character created for Cogswell’s in-house character project, ‘Avatarah,’ is available for free download.
Deal with Cyber Group Studios to see both series introduced to U.S. audiences on Kabillion TV on Demand.
Joining Sony in 2004, Osher was named in 2008 as president of the digital production division of Sony Pictures Entertainment.
Nickelodeon showcases new content slate and upcoming initiatives for 2015-2016 season at annual upfront presentation.
Big Block creates 1,000 FPS interactive experience for Critical Mass and Nissan “Meet The Machines.”
Previously available as an Autodesk Labs technology preview, high definition 3D reality capture conversion solution is now available as a free public beta.
Kids TV & learning platform for preschoolers signs multi-territory content deal with DreamWorks Classics for seven new properties; confirms forthcoming Android launch.
New mobile app aimed at providing kids with a broad selection of age-appropriate, family-focused videos and channels launches at 2015 Kidscreen Summit in Miami.
Award-winning author Anna Dewdney to create original multimedia animated content based on New York Times bestselling children’s book series.
Created specifically for preschoolers, Kabillion Jr. app for Android and iOS is now available in the U.S.
Aimed at furthering Amazon’s mission of “lifelong creative learning,” new board includes Maker Media president and CEO Dale Dougherty, Families and Work Institute president and co-founder Ellen Galinsky, author and illustrator Jarrett Krosoczka, and MIT Education Arcade creative director Scot Osterweil.
ArenaNet taps Axis and Director Stephen Donnelly to create a teaser trailer for the second installment of the multiplayer online role playing game.
An interactive experience “for human beings between 5 and 105 years old,” ‘Way to Go’ is the follow-up to Morisset’s 2014 SXSW winner ‘BLA BLA.’