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Create Your Own Web Animation: Mugeda - Cloud Based HTML5 Animation Platform

Create Your Own Web Animation: Mugeda - Cloud Based HTML5 Animation Platform | Video for Learning | Scoop.it

Mugeda is a cloud based HTML5 animation platform, where you can create, share, and publish organic HTML5 animation contents, all in your browser, without any download or installation.

 

The created animation content can be used in a wide range of applications like ads, games, tutorials, cartoons, and can be viewed on any devices including PC, smartphone, and tablets.

Mugeda provides a full web-based HTML5 animation editor in which to create, edit and refine your own visual productions.

 

Here are some quick tutorial videos:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kNcrEpLHBEU
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aYve2fJ_2zw
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f8Agfk_1Wo0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G0hSPPXx1tg

 

Find out more: https://www.mugeda.com/ 

 

I think this would be an excleent tool for schools involved in the  ICT v Computing curriculm debate to investigate.


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Create Online Social Interaction Around Videos

Create Online Social Interaction Around Videos | Video for Learning | Scoop.it

"Grockit provides a really simple and fast way to build social tasks and interaction around any video from YouTube and it does it in a way that is much more suitable for delivery to students, as the interface removes many of the distractions that a direct link to YouTube would "include."

 

Grockit is built on Popcorn.js using an HTML5 framework,

 

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Premiere: One Millionth Tower High-Rise Documentary Takes Format to New Heights

Premiere: One Millionth Tower High-Rise Documentary Takes Format to New Heights | Video for Learning | Scoop.it

Premiering at the recent Mozilla Festival, The National Film Board of Canada's  One Millionth Tower  is an interactive documentary on the lives of  residents of Toronto  living in a high rise.


The movie makes extensive use of HTML5  and Popcorn.js  bringing in data from Wikipedia and Flickr and Google maps.


I think the NFB's  Highrise Project is an excellent indicator of how good educational content will evolve.

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