Learning Resources

Gaia 3D Worlds

27/03/13
 

We are delighted to present a limited edition publication, showing a small sample of our 3D environments for you to enjoy. Why not take a journey with us, and explore the fully immersive worlds of Gaia 3D visual learning.

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Gaia 3D Content Curriculum Brochure 2013

06/01/13
 

Our 2013 Gaia 3D Curriculum offers an overview of our curriculum and subjects, which we continually develop with teachers. We have over 4000 3D models in our curriculum and environments.

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Shelfield Community Academy Case Study

03/11/12
 

Shelfield Community Academy is the first school in the UK to work with Gaia Technologies to embrace and develop the use of 3D technologies in the classroom. Through the implementation of 3D lessons, the school has seen a dramatic improvement in student participation, retention and comprehension.

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Gaia 3D Higher Education Brochure

03/11/12
 

Many subjects are easier to teach and research if you can visualize them effectively. Imagine walking around a nuclear power station and then going inside the reactor itself, experimenting with chemical reactions at a nano-scale or exploring the latest automotive technology simulations.

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Gaia 3D Hardware Brochure

03/11/12
 

3D visual learning is the future of education. Gaia’s 3D Immersive Visualisation Solutions offer you the opportunity to experience the next big thing in education. These systems have been designed to meet your expectations for high-quality imagery and affordability.

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Gaia 3D Software Brochure

03/11/12
 

Some subjects are just easier to teach if you can visualize them. Imagine walking down the street in ancient Rome, visiting the outer reaches of the universe or dissecting a snail. The 3D experience al-lows students to enhance their understanding of complex issues like these by learning through obser-vation and investigation rather than by instruction.

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Gaia 3D FAQ 2012

03/11/12
 

Passive 3D – This is what is most commonly used in 3D cinemas. It is characterised by the use of cheap glasses. However passive technology is currently expensive to adopt, as you need dual projectors with polarizing filters. It must also be projected onto a polarising (or ‘silver’) screen.

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