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Bringing Infant Vision Testing to the Modern Age in Hype with Iain Livingstone

When unique and interesting projects built with Hype come across our desk at Tumult, we like to reach out and learn more about the individuals and the stories behind the work. The project featured below pioneers a new medical examination technique. We’re happy to introduce a project created by Iain Livingston, an ophthalmologist and researcher […]

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Grab “A Book About Hype” by Michael Garofalo

 A Book About Hype is a thorough and easy to read guide to Tumult Hype, and takes you through all of Hype’s features. Whether you’re just getting started in Hype or an advanced JavaScript programmer adding Hype to your workflow, you’ll need this on your desk.   Visit Michael’s site for more information, links to […]

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Featured Work: ‘Masters of the Sun’, an animated iBook fusing Egyptology, Afrofuturism and L.A. gang culture

We’re happy to share an animated comic/Apple iBook built in Hype called ‘Masters of the Sun‘. The comic was produced by the Black Eyed Peas and voiced by Stan Lee, Queen Latifah, Snoop Dogg & many more. Kelly Gabrysch converted the static layouts into animated pages that synced with the Hans Zimmer soundtrack and voice […]

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Featured Work: Large Scale Educational Game for Recognizing Disruptive Behavior in a Clinical Environment

Kirk DesRosier, an Instructional Designer at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, recently shared an extraordinary educational game on our forums. The game is an “interactive simulation that puts you in the shoes of patient, resident trainee and physician.”  We were really struck by what this narrative taught us about the inner […]

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Featured work & animations by an Italian animation master: Michelangelo Agostinetto

In our work on Tumult Hype, we’ve had the pleasure of meeting incredible developers and designers. From time to time we like to share quality animations created with Hype on this blog, and today I’d like to introduce one of our good friends in the Hype universe, Michelangelo Agostinetto. Michelangelo is a towering figure in the […]

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Banner Ad Inspiration from Dennis van Leeuwen & Inga Hammy

  For years, Tumult Hype has been the tool of choice for easily creating HTML5 ads. We recently received a huge collection of fresh banners from Dennis van Leeuwen & his collegue Inga Hammy. Below you’ll find banners for a number of campaigns built with Hype, and a couple bonus projects: View them in action here. […]

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Guest Post: Making ‘Welcome to Tallowmere’ with Tumult Hype

This guest post was written by Trevor Young, the cofounder and animator at Tapocketa Studio, who previously led teams in the feature film effects industry on films like Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Below, Trevor shares his experience working in Tumult Hype to create an interactive web project titled Welcome to Tallowmere: Welcome to Tallowmere […]

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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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