Network’s first virtual reality experience, ‘The Virtual Brainload,’ created in partnership with WEVR, now available exclusively on Google Play.
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Oscar nominee releases sequel to popular bedtime app that mixes painstakingly constructed paper and props with 2D illustration and animation.
Free to download and available now for iOS and Android, MassMarker allows users to track and interact with any mobile device on set.
In anticipation of the January 17 release of 3D animated feature The Nut Job, licensee Cupcake Digital launches a film-based app.
Zu3D stop-motion animation software, developed to give children (and adults) of all ages the freedom to create amazing animated films quickly and easily, is now available for use on the iPad.
Updated app allows storytellers of all ages to animate and share creations from their iPads directly to YouTube and Tumblr.
When looking to integrate voice controls to mobile apps, developers are faced with a growing and often bewildering array of implementation options. To help sort through the technology and design options, we recently spoke with Ben Lilienthal, co-founder and CEO of OneTok, a new company that aims to make it easier and cheaper for developers to speech-enable their apps.
Tank delivers a foundation and flexible app framework for evolving pipelines; adds integrated asset management to the Shotgun production tracking platform.
Nelvana Enterprises is ramping up its digital offerings this year with a full slate of exciting new apps, websites and e-books.
After a first venture into the app world earlier this year with a French/English reading app for iOS based on its animated feature Eleanor’s Secret – aka Kerity, which received critical acclaims in France and the US and was picked by Fox News’ Tapped-In as part of a top 3 selection of apps for kids, Paris-based Alphanim recently launched four bilingual holiday apps based on its Santa’s Apprentice franchise.
On Thursday, June 2, 2011, I attended Kidscreen’s day long “everything you wanted to know about apps but were afraid to ask” workshop. It was great! Not only did it cover the basics, the companies attending and panelists were top-notch and the focus was on making better apps for our kids audience. Held at the beautiful Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel, the group was small and intimate and there was plenty of time to network.The attendees were an interesting mishmash as we all convened from our different backgrounds—kids programming, gaming, educators, researchers, etc.—to learn about this new, historically expanding space. How does it work? Who are the best companies in the field? What are the best games? What are the problems facing this new fantastically fast-growing field?
HIT Entertainment, a leading provider of quality children’s entertainment, is expanding its reach in digital entertainment with the launch of a brand new series of Thomas & Friends™ story-inspired mobile and tablet applications by developer ScrollMotion.
Preschoolers' favorite loveable handyman, Handy Manny, and his helpful bunch of tools are starring in Disney Channel's first ever apps for preschoolers with the release of the "Handy Manny's Workshop" and "Flicker's Flashcard Fiesta" apps on the App Store, it was announced today by Carolina Lightcap, president, Disney Channels Worldwide.