OCTOBER 24, 2011 - Powers of Minus Ten and the Spiral of Life have made it to the final round of the NSF Visualization Challenge! Vote for us here and here! Also, in honor of the competition we're giving away POMT for iPad and iPhone through October 28th!
JUNE 1, 2011 - We've created a site for educators and other interested parties called GEV Education! Here you can find out about all the fantastic artwork and educational resources we've come across (and created!) over the years. It's really cool, check it out.
APRIL 6, 2011 - Announcing our new game for biology education - Powers of Minus Ten!! Zoom into a human hand and explore 3D cells, molecules, and more! Includes mini-games that instruct in topics such as Mitosis and DNA Replication. Available for iPad and PC/Mac.
FEBRUARY 17, 2011 - It's official - the GEV store is now open!! Come check out our DVDs, posters, and more!
DECEMBER 15, 2010 - GEV will be at the National Science Teacher's Association 2011 meeting March 10th-13th in San Francisco. Come see us at Booth 2121! For sale we will have a bunch of our DVDs, posters, and a special secret sneak preview of our newest game for PC/Mac and iPad
JUNE 5, 2010 - Green-Eye has been awarded an SBIR from the National Science Foundation! We are all very excited to be working on a cutting-edge iPad app for biology education!
January 11, 2010 - We have received a contract from the Regenerative Medicine Partnership in Education to create a new 3D-animated movie about reproduction and growth. The movie is called How We Grow, and is aimed at middle school-age kids.