Interactive Storytelling Lets Kids Personalize Their Reading Adventure

Interactive Storytelling Lets Kids Personalize Their Reading Adventure
Children

A startup is developing a new technology that lets kids choose their own adventure as they learn how to read

Jennifer Passas
  • 5 july 2016

Independent storytelling company Hullabalu recently released its final book in The Adventures of Pan children’s series. The Adventures of Pan (PAN), the first series created by Hullabalu, contains seven original stories that follow the story of Pan as she leaves her home to rescue her parents and stop an ancient evil from destroying the world. PAN has more than 100 fully interactive cinematic scenes created specifically for how children interact with technology. Kids are able to tilt, touch and find their own way through each book at their own speed.

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