Kar2ouche - Citizenship/PSHE - Drug Awareness

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Kar2ouche was an educational software product developed by Immersive Education, a joint project between Oxford University and Intel that started in 1999. In 2001, Kar2ouche won the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) Educational Resource Award for ICT.

Immersive Education was founded by Ian Maber, ex-Creative Director for Sony Psygnosis, and later Creative Director for Elixir Game Studios.

Each Kar2ouche title comes with a comprehensive set of characters, backgrounds, props, text and sound files. Students can create scenes by choosing one of many images as a background or importing their own digital photographs. They can then add characters and props that can be rotated, posed and re-sized in 3D.

Speech or thought bubbles can be added to the characters, sound recordings made to give the characters a voice, and sound effects added for atmosphere. A sequence of scenes can be produced to make a storyboard, animation or movie. Kar2ouche storyboards can be emailed, posted on the Web as QuickTime movies, or printed out as a comic, newsletter or magazine.

Platform : PC/Mac
Format : CD ROM
Publisher : Immersive Education
Authors : Immersive Education
Date : 2004
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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH66384. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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