3D: Add an extra dimension to learning

We’re looking for academics to pilot a new bespoke 3D web interface in their learning and teaching.

In case you weren’t aware, Macquarie University has been pioneering workflows and uses for 3D technology for several years now. This has included 3D scanning, 3D printing, virtual reality, augmented reality and web based 3D.

Recently, we launched a beta version of a web-based 3D interface developed at Macquarie specifically for learning and teaching. There is already a lot of content in use, and the development team is looking for interested academics to pilot this bespoke technology in their teaching.

Click here to try it out

Learning content in the 3D web interface
Learning content in the 3D web interface

Macquarie is also currently upgrading our 3D scanning capacity with new equipment. For artefact, specimen, object and/or environment based disciplines, the future will indeed be in the third dimension.

If you’re interested, please contact me for more info or a chat: michael.rampe@mq.edu.au

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