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Music From Pictures

If you want to experience Interactive software on your favorite device that puts the power of musical composition and the art and skill of problem solving in your hands by converting digital Images into musical tones to create “Music From Pictures”, you will love JAMBOREE™, created by two time Grammy Award winning BASSIST- EDUCATOR- SONGWRITER - COMPOSER – INVENTOR Jerry Jemmott.

Touch the image and you will hear the tones and see the songs available in your library or elsewhere. In addition you can cross reference your photo library with your music library. JAMBOREE™ is also a game to stimulate the cognitive abilities of people of all ages and those subject to, or suffering from dementia with the retentive effect that only the cross referencing of sight, sound and speech can have.

Many parents and teachers take advantage of the educational value that the “edutainment” genre of video games provides. Edutainment games embed typical core studies into video games for kids, so they can hone in on math, science and other skills while playing. It has been said that no education is complete without the Arts, which express our innate creativity; and music is the envy of all the Arts.

Demonstrations by its animated characters the JAMBOS using ColorSounds, is a unique and fun method of teaching musicianship based upon the highly acclaimed comprehensive music learning system in my book, "There's Music in Everyone!"

Parents are a growing segment of the gaming population and according to a study conducted by Peter D. Hart Research Associates, more than a third (35 percent) of parents play computer and video games and 93 percent of these parents have children who also play them.

Sixty percent of the 273.5 million video games sold last year were rated “Early Childhood (EC),” “Everyone (E)” and “Everyone 10+ (E10+).”

Sixty-four percent of parents with children under the age of 18 consider computer and video games a positive addition to their children’s lives and feel that playing games has brought their families closer together.

As an Ergonomics design tool JAMBOREE™ offers an exciting pathway to creation. Discover the ColorSound key of your environment and the music associated with it.

With JAMBOREE™ you have the opportunity to invest on the ground level of a video game and learning system that will compete in the Interactive Entertainment market, an industry that has been projected to reach $91Billion a year by 2015.

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