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Entertainment, reference and educational software titles...software components and tools...sophisticated data-driven websites...public space exhibits...

Both independently and in conjunction with our partners, Skylark is active across a diverse range of projects for clients in Europe and the US. Recent projects include...

  Mind Reading
An interactive guide to human emotions, this unique DVD-ROM title is designed especially for those who have difficulty "reading" emotions in other people and includes lessons, quizzes, games and reference information.
Working with Cambridge University and The Red Green and Blue Company, Skylark has been closely involved in the conception, design and development of this ground-breaking title.

Nominated for a BAFTA Interactive Entertainment Award!

  BirdGuides DVD-ROM titles
BirdGuides DVD-ROMs are widely acclaimed as the definitive interactive reference titles for birdwatchers in Britain and Europe.

Each title is packed full of illustrations, specially shot video clips, maps, bird song, commentary, information on each species, an identification key, and quizzes.

Skylark is responsible for the software engine and the workflow tools behind these titles.

Nominated for a BAFTA award in the “Best Reference” category

  Autism Research
The Autism Research Centre at the University of Cambridge undertakes research to understand the biomedical causes of autism spectrum conditions, and to develop methods for assessment and intervention.
Skylark develops and maintains public and research websites for the ARC, including an extensive research programme of online questionnaires and tests for volunteers. www.autismresearchcentre.com

A major millennium project, Explore is an innovative science and technology exploratory located in Bristol, England.
In partnership with The Red Green and Blue Company, Skylark concepted, designed, developed and installed a number of exhibits for the Connected gallery. PlayTV is a fully software controlled children's television studio. In A Bit of Fun visitors use combinations of black and white beads to make music, calculate, spell and even produce smells, learning about digital coding in the process.