Digital StorybookA digital story book
Geetu George, Joseph Martin, Linto Mathew, Shankar Meembat - A digital storybook about NITC entrepreneurs
Were entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs made? Did you, like the million, think of being an entrepreneur, but were you never sure you could? You are an entrepreneur who learned the tough way - the good, the evil and the ugliness of entrepreneurship? Entrepreneurs from the National Institute of Technology, Calicut, tell their histories, their worries and their success.
"To be in the right place at the right place at the right moment, you have to be in the right place at the right moment." - zerin Rahiman "Success is not a goal. - Jejakumar Entrepreneurship is like travelling, it is not about the goal, but about the trip.
- ¢¢Sankar Meembat "Failure... The lesson was great because the classes I learnt were invaluable," - Prasanth Warrier "In the first 1000 nights you can find 1000 different causes to stop. It'?s about stamina." ZUBHASH K M Read what lies behind these thoughts and much more - this is a non-repentant work.
Snow Fox Digital Storybook App
In addition to the value of teaching kids the passion for books, lullabies also act as lovingly recollected connecting moments." Designed by the digital innovations team AKQA, the book follows the readers. It' s easy and cute from a storyteller point of view, but technically it is a smart, hands-on use of iPhone speech recognizer.
There is no loss of charme when you bring a history from side to side, and the act of literacy is only intensified. The free storyline application provides the perfect way of viewing picturesque animations and a nice colour range. "It was the initial concept, then the technology," says Johnny Budden, CH's Arts and Design Manager at Akka.
"Last year we at AKQA designed the application, but the speech capabilities were not sufficiently sophisticated to make the visions come alive. "Budden states that the essence of the concept is that "children want to tell their own stories". All we knew was that we had to find a way to make a history that could attract the little ones' interest at a critical moment in their lifes as abilities and interests are evolved.
" Here, he says, it is the strength of the voices that bring history to live; an act that we endorse strengthens the passion for it. Naturally, the history itself must be irresistible, otherwise the entire digital punctuation gets wasted. "What we were looking for was a kindly, related look for both parent and child, but also well-married to the technologies we used.
Jonathan Dahl brings the premonition to live with his own charismatic personality and animated way, and we couldn't be luckier with the way it turned out," heds. "It became very interesting when we realised that we could turn the part into a read. We' ve tried to rhyme a pageless script, just a continual quest that comes to live with our own voice,' Budden goes on, noticing the effects of technology on videotale.
"To a certain extent, a narrative driven by the human vote conveys a feeling of accountability for the child's read. It was a AKQA passions program in which they borrowed their spare and talented resources for something that is free and hopefully effective. We' ve got a lot of feedbacks so far, one of them as one of Apple's "New Apps We Love".
" We' ve received a lot of good news from many of our partners, some of whom have disabled kids or those with literacy problems who have gained new self-confidence when using the app," he concluded. It is a history that has already been incorporated into the classroom, and AKQA sees its use in training further expanded.
By bringing a conventional media into the iPhone era and creating a good storyline in it, a new kind of books could have a lasting impact on the spirit of young and prospective audiences.