3d-Educate and interactive3d learning objects (i3dlo’s)

“Coming from an education background I recognise the huge potential that VR holds for education. It addresses three primary barriers in African education, i.e. literacy, language and relevant local content”
“This is why I believe Naledi3d Factory’s new, innovative approach (applying what is essentially a first-world technology) to education - and building interactive VR environments -are improving the way Africans learn”
By bridging the literacy barrier through the use of 3D interactive models, Naledi3d Factory overcomes the inherent limitations of text. At the same time, language differences become much less important as text is replaced by interactive, 3D images”
Finally, and perhaps most excitingly, Naledi3d Factory works closely with local stakeholders to develop the content that goes into its interactive simulations. This ensures that the content is always relevant and much more appropriate to the communities and cultures where it will be used.”
Peter Schiøler, CII Advisor to UNESCO (Paris)

<>“The VR lesson is different - it shows clearly what one is learning… With models being rotated in all the angles one would want to learn more and more.”  
David Kansiime - St Henry’s College, Kitovu, Uganda

Text Box: Learning activities promote retention:   We remember:  ü	10% of what you read  ü	20% of what you hear  ü	30% of what you see  ü	50% of what you hear and see  ü	70% of what you say  ü	90% of what you see and say, whilst doing it.  After J Hugo, Usability Sciences  Building on our experience over ten years, we have pioneered the concept of “interactive3d learning objects” (“i3dlo’s”). Based on traditional learning objects, i3dlo’s can be reused in different ways, can be easily incorporated into existing training programmes and even translated into languages more suited to local audiences.

We have worked with several educational institutions, with a view to helping students understand faster, remember longer and decide quicker - improving student confidence, performance and ultimately their pass rates.

Now, we can make subject matter easier to understand because students can see it, pick it up, look around it, investigate it - and develop a new curiosity…

The i3dlo’s that have been developed are housed on our i3dlo web site – making them accessible to all who want to use them in their own educational programmes.  http://www.naledi3d.com/new_i3dlo/home.html

kognitiv logoLooking to the future, our interactive3d learning objects can also be taken to the next level and presented on one of our portable or fixed 3D theatres. Using these advanced stereoscopic 3D display systems, subject matter leaps into the classroom and completely immerses the student in the subject matter.