03.03.2011 - UNESCO Venice Office/Gruppo Alcuni

H2Ooooh! series turns into a top iPhone/iPod application in the Education category

The series, created by Gruppo Alcuni in collaboration with RAI Fiction and UNESCO Venice Office, is based on the original drawings by students from Italian primary and secondary schools which took part in a study on the very topical theme of water and its protection. The videos can be viewed in Italian and English and are available through both WiFi and 3g networks.

Apple Italia listed Cuccioli.H20 as the top application to be suggested to its users in the Education category. The videos can be viewed in Italian and in English.  The series "The Pet Pals present H2Ooooh! 2010” (26 x 3’), made by Gruppo Alcuni in collaboration with RAIFiction and UNESCO Venice Office, deals with very current themes linked to water (its use and exploitation, pollution and the conservation of water resources, recycling, the important water civilizations, etc). The series is based on the original drawings of thousands of elementary and middle school students that have contributed to an important reflection on the theme. The famous Pet Pals characters became the protagonists of the series, produced in 3D.

For the application to reach a wide audience the only logical choice was that of going on the iOS Apple platform. Cuccioli.H20 is an application created for iPhone/iPod Touch that offers the possibility of accessing, even for those with 3g coverage, thus allowing for total mobility, the 26 short episodes of the series "The Pet Pals present H2Ooooh! 2010”.

Available for download from right Gruppo Alcuni press release.

Link to Cuccioli.H2O  on the App Store :  
http://itunes.apple.com/it/app/cuccioli-h2o/id420167831?mt=8&uo=4

Details : Free; Category: Education; Released: Feb 22, 2011; Version: 1.0.0; Size: 10.2 MB; Languages: English, Italian; © Gruppo Alcuni S.r.L.; Rated 4+

Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.1 or later




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