- Publisher: See Here Studios LLC
- Release Date: Apr 2, 2010
The first 3D storybook app for the iPhone and iPod touch! LAUNCH WEEK SPECIAL: get it for only 99 cents (Half Price), for one week only! Viewable in both eye-popping 3D (with red/cyan glasses) and standard 2D. Zoom in and out of the beautiful hand-painted artwork, featured in the SocietyThe first 3D storybook app for the iPhone and iPod touch! LAUNCH WEEK SPECIAL: get it for only 99 cents (Half Price), for one week only! Viewable in both eye-popping 3D (with red/cyan glasses) and standard 2D. Zoom in and out of the beautiful hand-painted artwork, featured in the Society of Illustrators "Very Best of Children's Book Illustration." Easily order 3D glasses from within the app, with free shipping for U.S. customers. What happens when you wake up on the wrong side of the bed? You see the world in a different light or, in little Mott Turner's case, from the ceiling!
This is the iPhone version of the app. For the iPad version, please see the links under "More by See Here", or search for "3D Storybook".
"ALL kids have their off days, and laughing through this silly scenario is a good way to cope with those feelings." - Family Fun Magazine review of "The Wrong Side of the Bed"
The app features twenty-four gorgeous full color spreads, all in 3D (and 2D)! Includes audio options for "read to me" (read by the author with an amusing musical score) or "read myself" when parents and children would like to read at their own pace. Note: the app is designed to maintain one consistent horizontal view, so that users can turn the 2D book "upside down" for a funny new perspective. Kids love seeing little Mott on the ceiling!
Author/illustrator Wallace E. Keller has illustrated children's books for Scholastic, Harcourt, Rizzoli International, McGraw-Hill and Houghton Mifflin. A graduate of Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, his illustrations have appeared in The New York Times Book Review, Business Week, Ms. and Psychology Today.
Ray Zone, the leading ambassador of 3D, converted the book artwork into 3D anaglyph illustrations, working in collaboration with the original artist in a meticulous hand-crafted process. "With smoothly rounded forms in vibrant, sophisticated colors and a bold, surreal style, Keller distorts perspectives for a vertiginous feel that recalls the world seen when blood rushes to the head; the popeyed Mott is an appealing, expressively stylized figure who 'falls' high into the sky before 'what comes up, must come down' and he lands on the top side of his bed...bringing a distinctive style and imagination to a situation guaranteed to amuse kids." - Kirkus Review of “The Wrong Side of the Bed”… Expand