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Ben Rimes

How to Make an Animated GIF from a Video in Photoshop CS5 - 4 views

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    Great beginner's tutorial for how to make an animated GIF from a video clip using Photoshop!
Ben Rimes

Gif Exploder for exploding animated gifs into seperate images - 5 views

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    Online tool for uploading, dissecting, and examining all of the separate images that make up a single animated gif. Good for reconstructing how an animated gif was created, and figure out just how many still images go into creating an animated gif.
yc c

Animated Explanations - Explanatory Animations - 33 views

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    A website full of animated movies, interactive tutorials and instructional videos, all free for you to view and to embed in your website. Simply select an animated explanation and follow the instructions to integrate it in your site.
yc c

Journey of Mankind .swf - 15 views

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    The Journey of Mankind is a virtual global journey of modern man over the last 160,000 years. The map shows the interaction of migration and climate over 160'000 years. Based on synthesis of mtDNA and Y chromosome evidence w archeology, climatology and fossil study.
yc c

CanvasMol - tool to visualise molecules - 12 views

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    interactive periodic table w rotating molecule visualisation  Paste PDB / SDF / MOL molecule definition to Import
Henry Thiele

The map as history : a multimedia atlas of world history with animated historical maps - 16 views

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    on-line collection of animated historical maps
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    The map as historyThe largest on-line collection of animated historical maps For students: a learning tool to increase comprehension and retentionFor teachers: a ready-made teaching tool to add visual impact in the classroomFor history buffs: new technology to add new perspectivesOur on-line maps use animation, color and narration to bring history to life.
yc c

The Scale of the Universe - 24 views

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    The Scale of the Universe
Suzie Nestico

Spicynodes : Home - 14 views

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    Nice interactive way of displaying data. SpicyNodes is a way to visualize online information that mimics that way that people look for things in the real world. Bits of information - such as text, links, photos, and other media - are placed into "nodes," which are then linked together in an appealing interface that invites exploration. SpicyNodes can be used for everything from mind maps and content portals to organizational charts and lesson plans.
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    Animated org charts. Cool tool for students to create and link ideas
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