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HUE Animation Studio

£64.95

Is your child a budding filmmaker? With HUE Animation Studio they can create their own stop motion movies!

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Age: 6+ Years

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Description

HUE Animation Studio contains everything that a budding animator needs to create their own stop motion animation movies: a colourful HUE HD camera, a 60-page book full of tips, and stop motion software specifically designed for educational use.
For use at home or for school projects, HUE Animation Studio is a creative and educational pastime that can be enjoyed by the whole family. This perfect gift for kids encourages creativity and imagination. Whether you are making a LEGO® brick film, animating your own characters with claymation or capturing a flower as it blooms using time-lapse photography, you can bring anything to life in minutes with the easy-to-use software.
The kit includes:

The HUE HD camera, a flexible plug and play USB camera with built-in microphone. HUE’s innovative design is perfect for animation.
The fully-featured HUE Animation software designed for children by teachers.
The HUE Book of Animation, step-by-step instructions for creating 20 hilarious stop motion videos and ideas for even more. The videos, sound effects and backdrops are also included.
Children of all ages can create their own stop motion and time-lapse films. You can animate anything using stop motion techniques; drawings, toys, household objects and even real people. Modelling clay is great to use as it can be shaped into anything you can imagine, but if you want to try something more ambitious there are no limitations!

Additional information

Weight0.588 kg
Dimensions205 × 65 × 145 mm

What our testers said

“Look at my animation. It’s like it is drawing by magic!” – Girl aged 8

“I’m going to do a time lapse video of my gerbils digging and then I can add words on the screen like they’re talking!” – Boy aged 7

What our experts think

Children loved making their own videos, and experimenting with different methods such as using photos of themselves dancing, drawing pictures and modelling play dough. The freedom of choice encourages children to be creative, and they can also use their imaginations to think up stories for their films.

They can then narrate their films, helping children develop their speech and language skills. It was also great to see children discussing how many frames per second would be best for their video, as this shows a developing interest in technology and filmmaking.

Skills developed

– Encourages creativity and imagination

– Helps develop an interest in technology

– Gives children the opportunity to tell stories and practice their speech