Interactive learning, at its best, makes the user an active participant: learning by doing, not watching passively. Students, museum-goers or employees can explore situations, play educational games, and navigate well-organized multimedia information at their own pace.
Interactive 3D for Web and Kiosks
Engaging 3D experiences can now be developed rapidly at low cost, using the Unity engine and WebGL to deliver console-level graphics, physics and sound.
This physics-based 3D simulation is simple, yet engages the learner directly in a way that watching a video or looking at a diagram cannot achieve. Although built for Mac and Windows, the same 3D Flash activity could be delivered to iPad, iPhone, Android and Windows Phone as a free app download.
More Interactive 3D Examples
Oculus Rift and Virtual Reality Development
Place your users inside a 360° virtual world that feels real, surrounding them with 3D stereoscopic sights and sounds. VR is already effective and low-cost, using Google’s “Project Cardboard” VR headsets or the Oculus Rift HMD. Contact me to learn how I can help you deploy virtual reality solutions.