Pilotini is a coloring activity with planes, helicopters, air balloons and other flying objects. Here kids can color on paper, scan their drawings on a custom made scanner and see them come to life on the big screen. Or they can color on the touch screen, send their figure to the big screen and then trigger animations on the big screen by tapping the touch screen.
Our two year collaboration with Kosmorama International Film Festival has lead to two magic Kosmokids events. In 2016 we let the kids explore and play with Japanese animation characters. In 2017 they got to build their own robots on the touch screens and send them off to work in the animated Candy Factory on the big screen. Kosmorama was in fact the debut arena for our touch screen installation – since the summer of 2017 known as the Munti Box. The box was created in collaboration with industrial designers from Eggs Design. https://vimeo.com/210222626
Sukkerkok i Hodet is an illustrated children's book about the building blocks that our bodies get from food, by medical and nutrition expert Berit Nordstrand. ablemagic have done all the illustrations and design, and have also contributed in development of story.
The Nose is a digital children's book about a lonely nose. What happens when the Nose wakes up all alone? Help him find the eyes, ears and mouth! This is an enjoyable interactive book for the youngest, and a fun way to learn about the senses. The book also includes a jigsaw puzzle and other amusing activities. Norwegian and English text and voice. Read by Kristofer Hivju.
Digital Ehon Award winner 2015! Bruno is a beautiful picture book about the little boy Bruno and his grandfather, the painter, and what we do to make the people we love happy. When Bruno's grandpa loses inspiration and refuses to paint, Bruno travels the town in search of a new color. Norwegian and English text and voice. Contains also jigsaw puzzle and a coloring activity.
Inspired by the enormous response to our birdsong recognition app WhatBird (available only in Scandinavia so far) we have created a brand new bird-app for kids! WhatBird’s baby brother is called SmallBird (available in all territories). Here children can learn how to recognize birds by both color and song. Or they can create their own fantasy bird with the head of one species, the body of another and tail of a third.
Esther is going to bed, but first she has to find her dog Napoloen! This kids app is a charming combination of bedtime story and digital hide and seek. You use your finger to steer the light beam and explore what’s hidden in the dark house while looking for the dog that keeps running away. Napoleon is developed also for the Apple TV, where you use the remote as flashlight.