This is where our series of showing you some producers of explainer videos on YouTube goes on. Today, we’d like to acquaint you with Kurzgesagt (in a nutshell).
If you’re interested in our opinion of them, click here:
The YouTube channel was established in Munich and deals with designing and animating videos, and covers the areas of education, science and commerce. Apart from that, interaction and music are an additional part of their work. Founded in 2013, the channel already counts more than two million subscribers and 40 videos. After not even three years, Kurzgesagt has cooperated with big brands like Microsoft, Audi or Siemens. With a minimalist and colorful design, the channel stays in mind. You cannot only visit them on their website but also in numerous social networks. So they try to explain the world to you – everywhere! To make a long story short – we have a lot in common with them 😉
Round three here we go: Today we’d like to proceed with our series of showing you some producers of explainer videos on YouTube. After the introduction of MinutePhysics and Ted-Ed, we have the team around AsapSCIENCE for you.
To let you know what this is all about, we first get you teasered in!
As announced, we present to you today the second producer who we support by making a portion of his educational videos multilingually available: MinutePhysics!
First of all, we have an apposite trailer for you:
The YouTube channel MinutePhysics was founded in 2011 by Henry Reich. Meanwhile, the channel consists of 163 videos, has over 3 million subscribers and nearly 250 million views. As the name already suggests, the videos of MinutePhysics explain physics-related topics easily and understandable in around one minute – true to the motto “If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough” (Albert Einstein). The explanations are supported by time-lapsed drawings.
Today, we continue our blog series in which we introduce the educational video producers whose videos we provide multilingually on alugha. This time, we present you the TED-Ed channel which provides free educational videos on various topics.
First of all, we’ll show you our teaser to this channel
One of our goals at alugha is to make as many online videos that impart free knowledge available as possible. That’s why we launch a new series today: from now on, every few weeks, we will introduce one of the producers of the educational videos which we provide multilingually on alugha.
We support the distribution of educational videos of different channels which we carefully selected. They cover topics which are – also according to our experience with the education portal hoTodi – highly demanded or near and dear to us. There are, among others, videos about interesting facts from the fields of physics, politics, medicine, astronomy and chemistry. The videos briefly summarize the different facts in a vivid and easily understandable manner. You can definitely learn a lot on these channels.
For a few weeks, we have a new area of focus at alugha: learning foreign languages! This works great with our multilingual online videos and is also completely free of charge at that. The impetus to delve into the subject gave us the throughout positive feedback at Expolingua in Berlin, on which we exhibited last month.
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