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Animation vs. Textbooks: The Facts

Walt Disney was once famously quoted as saying: “I would rather entertain and hope that people learned something, than educate people and hope they were entertained.” This has never been more true today, with many people constantly on the lookout for new methods that break down complex areas of study and condense learning into a simple yet informative format, to seemingly do the impossible: make learning fun. Many people struggle … View Article >>


The Rise of Animation

From Emile Cohl’s ‘Fantasmagorie’ to Walt Disney’s classics to Marvel’s cinematic blockbusters, animation has undergone a massive transformation throughout the years. Back in the year 1900, James Stuart Blackton directed and released the first ever animated film The Enchanted Drawing – a short stop motion film about a grumpy man who has his top hat and cigar stolen by the artist who draws him. Fast forwarding a century (and five … View Article >>


Animations prevent poor concentration

Patrick Bawn has been delving into the science behind using animation in education. Research suggests that by the time you reach the end of this sentence, your interest in this article will be long gone and you will already be looking at something else. If you’re still there then good – you’re the exception. I will carry on. In a world where the attention span of a human has decreased … View Article >>