Thank you for taking the time to connect with us. We have a lot of experience working in animation and interactivity for museum and education projects. Below are a few of our favorites we’ve created recently. We have many more so please ask if you are looking to see something specific. We look forward to meeting you!
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Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian: Native New Your Exhibit
National Geographic Museum: Birds of Paradise Exhibit – Survival of the Sexiest
The Hymnist sang praises to celebrate the salvation of the soul and to save the body from slavery. View full series.
How Stuff Works – Unknown History Series: The Great Sandwina
National Geographic: World Weirdest Snakes
National Geographic: America’s Deadliest Sharks
National Geographic: Science Fiction Science
PBS – The Gene Explained: Big Wooly Gene. View Full Series
Operation Prevention Series: Inhalants. View full series.
Scientific American – Kavli Prize: Neuroscience. View Full Series
National Geographic – Weird But True: Eggs-traodinary Chickens. View Full Series Interactive
PBS and WETA: Statue of Liberty. Visit the website.
PBS, WETA, and Ken Burns – Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies. Anatomy of a Cigarette Infographic. Visit the website.
PBS and WETA: History of the Gene. Visit the website.
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