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  • Cell Biology Animations. Phases and processes occurring within cells
  • Cell Biology Animations. Phases and processes occurring within cells, version 2

Cell Biology Animations

Client

Pearson Education

Skills

Flash, Biology, Animation

These highly visual animations illustrate the complex phases and processes occurring within cells. Competentum’s subject matter experts were involved in all stages of production and development, ensuring engaging and accurate materials.

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This is an animated simulation that illustrates the complex phases and processes occurring within cells: Late interphase, Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase, and the same sequence repeated for the two now separated cells that would make them a four.

This is an animated simulation that illustrates the complex phases and processes occurring within cells: Late interphase, Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase, and the same sequence repeated for the two now separated cells that would make them a four.

  • Crosswords. Crosswords
  • Crosswords. Crosswords, the version with the pop-ups

Crosswords

Client

Competentum IP

Skills

End of chapter exercise, HTML5, Mobile Device Optimization

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This is a classic crosswords game. Students can select each place-for-word and listen to the puzzle and to the place-for-word that is crossing it. Then students can enter the answer. In the bottom menu students can also select the options to check their answers or to reveal
the right ones.

This is a classic crosswords game. Students can select each place-for-word and read or listen to the pop-up that says about the puzzle and the place-for-word that is crossing it. Then students can enter the answer. In the bottom menu students can also select the options to
check their answers or to reveal the right ones.

  • Illuminations – Elementary school science tutorials. Memory game with numbers
  • Illuminations – Elementary school science tutorials. Insert and drag game
  • Illuminations – Elementary school science tutorials. Octa's rescue game

Illuminations – Elementary school science tutorials

Client

NCTM

Skills

HTML5, Mobile Device Optimization

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This is a gamification activity for Elementary School. There is a number of windows on the building, lined in a several rows. Each window hides a specific number. In this memory game, students will need to find the pair numbers that are the same. The pair of numbers of that
kind stays open when it is found.

This is a gamification activity for Elementary School. In the five games, partly drag and drop activities, with four graphic variations, students will learn about the addition and subtraction.

This is a gamification activity for Elementary School. In this game students will need to rescue a certain amount of little octopuses within limited time, by clicking on them and then selecting the flushing arrow sign. If the selected number of octopuses is not the same as
requested, the octopuses will return to the main screen, and the task is considered not fulfilled.

  • Anatomy Animations. Process of digestion
  • Anatomy Animations. Vision pathway
  • Anatomy Animations. Muscle strength and excursion
  • Anatomy Animations. How hearing occurs

Anatomy Animations

Client

F.A. Davis

Skills

2D&3D Animations

We created a broad range of 2D and 3D animations to assist nursing students in understanding key concepts in anatomy, kinesiology and other health science topics in an engaging manner.

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This animation follows all the phases of the digestion process, portraying the food's path through the digestive tract, with a theory explaining each segment.

This animation follows all the phases of the visual perception, portraying the process from the incoming rays of light to the final delivery of the visual information to the optic chiasma through optic nerves, with a theory explaining each segment.

This animation explains in details all the aspects of human muscle strength and excursion, with a theory explaining each segment.

This animation follows all the phases of the hearing, portraying the process from the incoming sound wave to the final delivery of the information to the brain's temporal lobe, where the interpretation occurs, with a theory explaining each segment.