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Studio Visit: Inwindow Outdoor’s touchscreen animations built with Tumult Hype

At the Hype Conference last month, Alfredo Useche, Creative Director at Inwindow Outdoor, invited me to check out some of the larger-than-life marketing demos he’s been producing with Tumult Hype. I spent some time at Inwindow Outdoor HQ in New York City and recorded a quick video of Alfredo’s animations in person:  

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Showcasing Tumult Hype animations in Swift Playgrounds

Yesterday, Apple released iOS 10, and with it, a new app for learning the Swift programming language called Swift Playgrounds for the iPad. The app teaches fundamental programming concepts and the Swift programming language with the help of Byte, a friendly bumbling character. By controlling Byte through code, programmer of all ages can discover programming […]

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Infographics for Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty by Carlos Coelho

Elegantly presenting complex data in a visual format is a great challenge. Conveying difficult concepts and relationships requires planning, patience, and attention to detail. Carlos Coelho shared with us his latest work for Radio Free Europe, a website and radio service operating in 23 countries with severely limited press freedoms. Carlos’s infographics visually explore topics ranging from the acting […]

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Too Coo Cadoo for iPad

As we wrap up the final details on Hype Professional, we’re happy to continue receiving updates from our creative users. Today we’re featuring an animated story distributed on the iBooks store: Illustrator James Hungaski & Tumult Hype expert David Dornbusch teamed up to produce Too Coo Cadoo, a charming story about a Toucan getting his groove back. Download on iPad. […]

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Featured Animations: Cartier Art Magazine by Hervé Pfeiffer

Recently, we heard from Hervé Pfeiffer about his work on the Cartier Art iPad app, one of the first digital adaptations of the print magazine:

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Animated Stories and Graphic Arts

We see an incredible amount of quality artwork and animation here at Tumult HQ, and we really ought to share more. Today we’re featuring four illustrated & animated stories available on the iBooks store, an animated product guide, and a quick story starring a crazy bunny. We’ll start with an animation created by Survey Legend, a Swedish team that produces […]

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Omega Watches explain their timing systems in the Sochi olympics with Tumult Hype animations

View the animation here by Simon de Haast, aka @Pixelsthatrock.  

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Helvetica vs Arial – Discover the differences with this web app by Magnus Ulvsbäck

‘Helvetica vs. Arial‘, is a web app created in Tumult Hype by Magnus Ulvsbäck to highlight the small differences between Arial and Helvetica. The site is optimized for the iPhone and takes advantage of Tumult Hype 2’s new mobile web app features. Read our Touch & Mobile documentation chapter for more tips on making your document work […]

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Interview: Creating Interactive Storybooks with Hanneke & René of Somoiso

I’m pleased to share a conversation with Hanneke & René, creators of the Noa series of children’s books built for the iPad with Tumult Hype & Cordova. Hanneke & René, also known as Somoiso, hand paint, illustrate, and animate their stories themselves, and their children help create each character’s sounds for the story. (more…)

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‘Everything’ popup book microsite

Everything is a popup book created at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) by Natasha Dzurny. Explore evolution from nothing to infinite imagination. Discover how it was made on Natasha’s blog, and check a demo of the book below produced with Tumult Hype:

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