Black Hammer Develops Educational Software for Scholastic—I SPY Book Featured in New Interactive CD-ROM

Fri, 1997-10-31

New York City (November 1, 1997) -- Interactive software developer Black Hammer Productions, Inc. announces the completion of development of Scholastic Inc.'s new I SPY CD ROM. In the award-winning I SPY picture riddle book series, riddles written by Jean Marzollo hold clues that help children ages five to nine find or "spy" objects hidden in visually-engaging photographs by Walter Wick. In developing the CD ROM, Black Hammer worked in partnership with Scholastic to create captivating and engaging visual games that flex kid's cognitive abilities.

Black Hammer Creates Interactive Medical Simulation for Latest Ultrasound Techology

Thu, 1997-12-04

New York City (December 5, 1997) -- Black Hammer Productions, Inc. has created an interactive medical simulation -- called the Ultra Challenge -- to demonstrate the impact of a medical advance that improves the clarity of ultrasound images. The simulation was presented as an interactive kiosk at the Congress of the World Federation for Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology, in Buenos Aries, Argentina. With the use of virtual patients, the simulation shows radiologists and cardiologists how they can increase their diagnostic confidence when using the new product.

Black Hammer Creates Interactive Sales Tool For Multi-Billion Dollar Real Estate Firm

Wed, 1998-05-13

New York City (May 4, 1998) - Black Hammer Productions, Inc. has created an interactive sales presentation for the Pyramid Companies, one of the largest real estate developers in the United States.

Black Hammer Creates Alzheimer's Abyss Video Wall for Bayer Corporation

Tue, 1998-06-16

New York City (June 17, 1998) - Black Hammer Productions, Inc. has created the Alzheimer's Abyss video wall, for Bayer Corporation, to explain the "cholinergic hypothesis" that attributes cognitive loss in Alzheimer's disease to the deterioration of cholinergic pathways in the brain.

Black Hammer and Kotas Collaborate with Darwin Digital To Deliver Four New Shockwave Games for General Mills "You Rule School!" Website

Sun, 1998-07-05

Virtual Storefront Goes Up In Two Months and is an Immediate Success

New York City (July 6, 1998) - Black Hammer Productions, Inc. and Karl Kotas have, once again, collaborated with Darwin Digital to develop exciting Shockwave games for General Mills' popular website for children, You Rule School ( These new games demonstrate the team's skill in developing compelling entertainment for the Web.

Befearless Wins the National Ad Council's Can Award

Wed, 2000-11-08

New York,, the national advocacy website for women developed by Black Hammer for Oxygen, won the National Ad Council's Can Award. The first place finish in the National Internet category was especially sweet to Black Hammer's President, Matthew Schlanger. "It's not often that we have the opportunity to do good work that has the express purpose of doing good. We are very excited about BeFearless. We all believe in it tremendously. It's great to be recognized for a project that we all poured so much of ourselves into."

Black Hammer Builds Interactive E-Commerce Web Site For

Wed, 2000-06-21

Virtual Storefront Goes Up In Two Months and is an Immediate Success

Black Hammer Productions Helps Oprah Go Online

Mon, 2000-07-03

New York, NY-Last December, Oxygen Media selected Black Hammer Productions (BHP) to design and produce their "Oprah Goes Online" website, intended as a companion to Oprah's new television show on the Oxygen Network. Both the show and the website are designed to educate web novices by providing a series of "Web 101" type tutorials in which Oprah instructs her audiences on Internet basics. This includes how to use search engines, web shopping, online auctions, and a glossary of technical terms for the beginning web surfer.

Developing Scholastic's I SPY CD ROM Series Was 'Child's Play' For Black Hammer

Thu, 2000-07-20

New York, NY-In a highly competitive marketplace, companies that have achieved brand name recognition in one medium are exploring ways to extend their brand into other, synergistic mediums in order to expand their public recognition and increase demand for their products or services. One wildly successful example: the award-winning I SPY CD ROMs that Black Hammer Productions developed for Scholastic from their I SPY books series. A five-year-old company, Black Hammer is known as one of the country's most creative new media agencies.

Black Hammer and Oxygen Network Develop

Thu, 2000-09-21

Unique website motivates women to take an active role in improving the world, issue by issue