Another Animax mobile project unveiled: GPS Fishtrap is now available on select handsets. It's a mobile game developed by GloFun that Animax Entertainment designed artwork and game elements for. The game takes place underwater as you try to trap fish. The actual gameplay itself is moved forward by what you do in the real world. As you walk around town with your mobile device, you actually participate in the game since it uses the handset's GPS system to calculate your physical location. It uses this data to move your boat through the virtual sea as you troll for fish. It's pretty interesting technology and it has a neat look too.
Friday, October 27, 2006
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Digital Hollywood and Adobe Max
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Michael Bellavia of Animax is going to be one of the judges in the 2006 Advanced Media Technology Emmy Awards. The winners will be announced at CES in January. We won the first broadband Emmy Award so now we shall judge who is worthy to enter the fold and take their seat next to us on our thrones of premiere universal excellence. It feels good to be humble.
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Animax Entertainment just launched a new site for a bunch of different organizations including:
- The Ad Council,
- National Marine Sanctuary Foundation (NMSF),
- National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA),
- Environmental Defense, and
- Walt Disney Studios' Buena Vista Worldwide Home Entertainment Division
Read more about the site over at Animated News.