Chukchansi Apps

A one week technology and game development camp in Fresno, California helped youth build confidence in technology while learning new skills. The group of 10-15 youth had the opportunity to create amazing apps and have fun with technology. We created storybook apps including the Rock to be Jumped app.  The app is available for Android and iPhone smart phones and tablets.

The Rock to be Jumped app can is available now.

Native American Language App for iPhone

 

Download Native Language App

 

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Youth Create Apps in Tech Camp

Amazing Storybook App for Native American Languages

The Chukchansi story of How the Coyote got his Eyes is now available on iTunes and Android devices.  The app was created by the Chukchansi youth as part of their Tech Camp.

During the 5 day technology camp and previous weeks art camp the – the Chukchansi Tribes youth began working on Apps that told old stories from the Tribe.

During the app camp, the youth worked on 4 stories for both iPhone and Android devices.  They also worked on an amazing iPhone game using COCOs 2D and Photoshop frame animation.  The game was developed (along with the graphics, weapons and sound effects) by the youth.  It is expected to be released in the month of August 2014.

Download the iPad version of the ebook

 

Download Native Language App

NATIVE APP SCREENSHOTS

 

Native American Book Language App for Kids

Native American Language App

 

Native American Language Learning Technology App

Why the Coyote’s Eyes are the Best.

Native American Language App

iPhone Version of the Coyote Eyes Native American App

Native American Language App for iPhone

Audio is in Chukchansi

Native Langauge App with Chukchansi Audio

Read to me with Audio or without Audio, its the students choice

Native American Language App Storybook

Page 2 of the Audio App Story Book

iPad Native American Language App Screen

iPad Native Language App

Native American App

This page is where the Coyote tricks the fish into giving the Coyote his eyes.