Tumult Hype is a natural fit for creating educational content. Whether you’re enrolled in your first web design course or you’ve cut your teeth on web design since the HTML 1.0, Tumult Hype will empower you to create interactive web content to inform, delight, and inspire.
In 2015, Tumult Hype won the “Best Complement to iBooks Author” award at the iBooks Author Conference and we continue to ensure it empowers book creators. Tumult Hype continues to earn acclaim from educators, designers, and publishers for its ease of use and power. Educators at schools across the world use Hype in their courses. Exported documents work in virtually all content management systems, so you can share your work easily in systems like Moodle, Wordpress, Adobe Captivate and Epubs.
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Web Animation Syllabus by Darren Pearson: Course @ Saint Paul College Download an example syllabus and course outline created by Darren Pearson for teaching web animation with Tumult Hype.
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Protein Synthesis Example These documents are a sample of the simulations built for Nicholas Andronicos and the School of Science & Technology at the University of New England, Australia
Animation creation as simple as pressing record. Tumult Hype’s intuitive controls and interface are easy to learn and grow with your abilities.
Tumult Hype’s simple scene and timeline-based animation tools make creating interactive graphics simple. Working with your own graphics and content, it’s an easy way to explore anything from protein structures to grammatical rules.
Teachers, students, and museums around the world leverage Tumult Hype’s performant animations and media support on physical kiosks, interactive online displays and touch-capable devices for both visitors and students.
Achieve Online Learning Achieve Online Learning leverages Hype for custom-built lessons for teaching topics ranging from advanced English grammar to
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1. Historical visualizations by TimeMaps 2. Personal finance lessons by Everfi 3. An illustrated journey through the 1916 Easter Rising by Dan Coyne at Today Back Then.
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Teach programming concepts, user interface design and more with Tumult Hype's animation tools.
Museum of Making Music A kiosk demonstrating a variety of saxophones installed on an iPad
Adenine, Cytosine & More Example This drag+drop lesson teaches DNA structures for the School of Science & Technology at the University of New England, Australia.
1. Apple's Swift Playground app introduces chapters with brief introductions built in Tumult Hype. 2. University of Milwaukee Wisconsin students build app prototypes in Jake Stroh's course. 3. Christoph Berger augments Go programming language tutorials with animations at appliedgo.net.
TimeMaps History Atlas The TimeMaps team built many detailed maps covering vast historical periods and published them on the web and as an iPad app.
Embed in your school’s content management system, your personal Wordpress blog, or any website quickly and easily. Even drop your animations into iBooks.
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Animations created in Tumult Hype are built for sharing: easily share original files, exports compatible with every browser, animated GIFs and rendered videos of your animations.
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