Tags "Children"

TFO Is Using A Video Game Engine to Make TV, And It’s Working

Ontario’s French public broadcaster TFO is booming. Driving this growth is the use of technology and innovation to pioneer new ways to create TV content. The awards, and the audiences, have followed. TFO, Ontario's educational French-language broadcaster, is publicly-funded, with a focus on content for young Franco-Ontarians and French speakers and learners worldwide. Like many... Read More »

SwapTales: Léon!: the Making of a Family Video Game

A look at the making of SwapTales: Léon! an award-winning game designed to appeal to young and old alike. The concept: changing the storyline by inverting words... When discovering an original yet oh-so-obvious form of entertainment, you might have wondered: “Now, why hadn’t anyone thought of that before?” That’s exactly how I felt the first... Read More »

Is Virtual Reality Child’s Play?

Written by Marc Roberge, Florence Roche, and Judith Beauregard Virtual reality and 360 video open up new horizons for children’s content, especially when it comes to teaching. But what can be said about the potential risks of this new technology as far as young viewers are concerned? Virtual reality (VR) is increasingly accessible to children. McDonald... Read More »