July 2014 - Headlines

New Release:
Like to blow things up? Post-production is now complete on our new show, "Exploding Universe." We'll show how explosive events (large and small) have shaped the cosmos and the Earth itself. Check out sample images and the trailer Here.
Our Next Show
A great story by award-winning children's book writer Kristyn Crow is now in production! This new character-based show about the Earth, Sun and Moon is designed to satisfy curriculum needs for most schools in the U.S. and abroad. This family/school show is targeted for a January opening. Find out more in our new Production Blog!
60fps Demo
Our work with 60 frames per second really made an impact on our new show "Perfect Little Planet." Audience feedback has been remarkable. We just completed a brand new 60fps demo to play at conferences and can be downloaded to test on your system! Check out this 60fps Article.
eNewsletter
Our new SPRING, 2014 eNewsletter is now available! Check it out Here.


EXPLODING UNIVERSE
Now Available!
Out of devastating events in the cosmos comes new creation. Explosive phenomena are responsible for the way we see the universe today, and not all of them happen on a grand scale.

As the universe has transformed into the structure we live in now, even the most elementary particles have endured. This show follows the path of one of these "particles," a proton, as it participates in nature's astounding events of rebirth and renewal.

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PERFECT LITTLE PLANET
Our Newest Family Show

Many have asked us "When are you going to do a new solar system show?!"

"Perfect Little Planet" is the answer! Designed for the same audiences as our famous "Secret of the Cardboard Rocket" show, this program takes a tour of the modern solar system. And it's available in both 30 and 60 frames per second!

Fun characters and lots of action (over 60 scene changes) will make this a great addition to your collection of shows for schools and families alike.

Sound effects and surround sound mix by Erik Foreman of Acousia Studios (who also worked on "Attack of the Space Pirates" and "Extreme Planets"!)


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