iClassics Blog

Washington Irving — The Father of American Pop Culture

On Thanksgiving Weekend, we show our appreciation for an author who was one of the Greats of American Pop Culture! Have you heard of Gotham? Knickers? Rip Van Winkle? Of course you have! Today, we give hommage to the author responsible for the the birth of...

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iLovecraft 2 – Logbook 4: Design and Layout

Welcome dear Morlocks! We continue with the series dedicated to the creative process of our new iClassics: iLovecraft – “The Colour Out of Space”. After showing you the preliminary script and sketching processes, the process of color and final illustration and the...

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iLovecraft 2 – Logbook 3: Animation and interaction

Welcome back Morlocks! We continue with the third installment of our series about creating our new iClassics: H.P. Lovecraft's "The Colour Out of Space". After the script process, character creation, and illustration and final color, the next step is the animation of...

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Making Teaching Resources as Riveting as our Apps

When we embarked on the journey of creating materials for our Immersive Reading Apps, a lot of research and thought were put into the most important aspects to consider. The project was led by an education professional, who had spent a decade in the field of teaching...

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iLovecraft 2 – Logbook 2: illustrations and color

Greetings dear Morlocks! We continue with the next step in creating iLovecraft 2: The Colour Out of Space, after choosing the story, script and first sketches. The next step is the illustration and choosing color schemes. In the specific case of this story, the first...

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Awarded at Keiretsu Forum

iClassics Collection has been awarded the best project at the Global Keiretsu Investment Forum on Thursday, July 5 at CaixaForum Madrid, where our CEO presented our new EdTech strategy and platform, along with our award-winning immersive reading applications. Keiretsu...

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Welcome to the famous Den(s) of Sherlock Holmes

If we ask you who the most famous detective of all time is, it is likely that Sherlock Holmes will pop to mind in the first few seconds. But did you know that his author was dedicated to solving crimes, just like his character? In fact, Conan Doyle identified with...

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