The first of eight new animations created for the Ure Discovery trail is now up on Panoply. The animation was storyboarded by pupils at Maiden Erlegh School in Reading, based on their interpretation of a classical Athenian vase. The info button by the animation gives all sorts of insights into the myth, the vase, and the process of creating the animation for the museum trail.
Hope you like the new look to the Panoply site. We’ve tried to make it clearer and easier to navigate – let us know what you think, and please help us keep improving the site by letting us know if you hit any glitches. By the way, we’ve also reloaded the pre-existing videos, so if you have any animation urls saved in PowerPoint presentations or hand-outs, switch them to the new urls.
The second Ure Discovery animation will appear next Wednesday, this time featuring the hero Heracles.