3D Models

Spit Formation

 
 

This model highlights the formation of a spit and shows how wave movement pushes the sand along the coastline collecting to form spits. This allows children to step quickly through a geological process that takes a considerable amount of time to undergo. This is a current and topical procedure that can be supported well by […]

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World War I Trenches

 
 

Experience what life was like in the First World War trenches. Immerse the classroom in the environment with the sounds of distant gunfire, the occasional biplane overhead and the voices of men in combat. From inside the bunker system, users can interact with many of the objects – radios come to life playing tunes from […]

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Periodic Table

 
 

We have a fully interactive periodic table which can be interrogated in a number of different ways. Children can discover basic facts on any element detailing its structure, where the name derived from, who discovered the element as well as sources and uses of the element. In addition to this information, for each element there […]

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Tractor Schematic

 
 

The tractor schematic model demonstrates how we can integrate with industry standard software. This is a large scale model that includes all components down to the smallest detail – nuts, bolts and screws are all represented down to the threads used. This is a true industrial model and gives children invaluable experience that can be […]

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Water Turbine

 
 

Interactive As part of our greater package of renewable energy systems we can show the complete workings of a water turbine showing how the water energy is converted into electrical energy. We also show the turbine in situ and in use as part of either a hydroelectric power plant or part of a wave generating […]

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Graphs

 
 

Children can enter their own data and see these represented in the different graph formats from bar and pie to scatter. Students can move between formats at the click of a button while using relevant data they have input themselves. See how the graphs change in response to a change in data input. This is […]

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Volcano

 
 

Interactive With this animated volcanic structure, students and teachers can examine the geological reasons behind volcanic eruptions. Users can also explore the various effects of these eruptions. This model fits into a suite of models covering tectonic plates and earthquakes as well as the differing types of volcanic eruption. As with all our models, this […]

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Giza

 
 

Here is a layout of the entire site of ancient Giza, with an underlying map that shows the relationship of the different types of buildings. Study the internal structure of a pyramid and its layout. Examine artifacts and see the relationships of the different buildings excavated. Discuss the reasons behind the placement of pyramids and […]

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Carbon Nanotube

 
 

Interactive Known as carbon nanotubes or buckytubes, these cylindrical carbon molecules have novel properties which make them potentially useful in many applications in nanotechnology, electronics, optics, and other fields of materials science, as well as potential uses in architectural fields. They exhibit extraordinary strength and unique electrical properties, and are efficient thermal conductors. This is […]

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Axle

 
 

A mechanical component that comes straight from Solid works, this axle model is completely interactive and easily manipulated by users. The viewer can even enter the middle of the axle and view the model from that the inside out. These mechanical models can be animated to demonstrate any of the physical properties carried out within […]

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