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We believe our work speaks for itself. Browse our elearning projects below.
What are you made of? In this interactive organs and bones HTML5 activity you will find out what you are made of by learning about about human anatomy. Interact with organs and bones and discover the intricacies of human anatomy as you peel away layers and explore each component through the videos.Visit Project
The Ride 360°
Experience the history and excitement of taking a virtual ride on a Ford Model T. With the power of 360° video and this historical experience in time comes to life right on your computer, cell phone or tablet. This 360 video experience will completely immerse you in a cinematic educational interactive experience. For those not yet familiar with 360 video content you can re-position the view on your computer by dragging your mouse around the video or on mobile devices by simply moving your device around. For the most immersive experience possible be sure to try out the video using Google Cardboard and your mobile device!Visit Youtube
Edison Educational AR Demo
Experience the history and science of the invention of the incandescent electric light bulb. With the power of the LearnMore App (coming soon) Thomas Edison and this historical moment in time comes to life right on a student’s cell phone or tablet. This poster creates a fully cinematic educational interactive experience.Visit Project
Revolution teamed up with a high-end country club in south west Florida to shoot a series of video describing a 4.5 million dollar renovation proposal. The video was shown to possible investors and members alike. Getting creative with the project, we took a map of the grounds and overlaid video according to location on the property. This allowed for the persons interested to get a larger scale view of the project and interact with their areas of interest. The Commons club invited us back for a follow-up shoot and we gladly accepted.