A3MG was hired by PostClassical Ensemble to refresh the classic 1935 Mexican film by Paul Strand (original soundtrack composed by Silvestre Revueltas) with a newly recorded soundtrack conducted by Angel Gil-Ordóñez.
This interactive animation about the biology of skin color provides stop points at which students can further explore the material through additional text and illustrations, videos, questions, and simple interactive widgets.
Narrated by the world’s leading authority on the evolution of human skin color, Dr. Nina Jablonski, this animation describes how and where melanin is produced in our cells and what factors affect our skin color.
A3MG provided interface design, graphic design, and the programming of this custom interactive video app.
The Lizard Evolution Virtual Lab was developed by a team of scientists, educators, graphic artists, and film makers to explore the evolution of the anole lizards in the Caribbean. A3MG provided interface design and graphics as well as the programming of BioInteractive’s latest virtual lab.
The virtual lab includes four modules that investigate different concepts in evolutionary biology, including adaptation, convergent evolution, phylogenetic analysis, reproductive isolation, and speciation. Each module involves data collection, calculations, analysis and answering questions.
This Web app was designed and programmed by A3MG for HHMI’s BioInteractive. This fun activity tests students’ ability to distinguish between two species of finches living on the island of Daphne Major based on how they sound and look.