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3D+Interaction+Storytelling:

Govie Editor for Teachers and Students: Didactically guide and explore.

Do you want to explain complex contents to your students and make them comprehensible in the truest sense of the word?

Do you want to achieve a higher level of self-directed employment and offer your students more than just one-page worksheets – especially now when teaching is only digital?

Would you like to use 3D models or 360° images to tell your story and provide it with more information?

Do you want to offer students the opportunity to interact with the 3D models at their own learning pace or even develop them further?

Slide Click PLAY or interact in 3D

In this sample govie for science or biology, you will playfully learn more about our innermost being: cells and their components are tiny, yet here they are within reach.

It’s fun to play with and offers the teacher more than just a worksheet. Because in addition to labels directly on the 3D model, there is also a lot of other information.

In this example-Govie for Science or Biology you will learn more about the octopus in a playful way: that it has 3 hearts, can change its colour, where the tentacles are. . .

It’s fun to play with and offers the teacher more than just a worksheet. In addition to the labels directly on the 3D model, there is also a video of the BBC and much more information.

In this example-govie for experts or social studies, you will learn more about the latest mission to de-litter the world’s oceans in a playful way: With huge collection stations, the plastic waste is to be collected mainly in whirlpools.

It’s fun to play with and offers the teacher more than just a worksheet. Because in addition to labels directly on the 3D model, there is also a lot of other information.

In this example-govie for astronomy, science or physics you will learn more about the European supertelescope in a playful way.

It is fun to follow a virtual tour with the 360° panorama and offers the teacher more than just a worksheet.

In this example-Govie for Science or Physics or Physics respectively. Astronomy Playfully learn more about NASA’s latest Mars mission: The rover has coil eyes, a weather station and much more.

It’s fun to play with and offers the teacher more than just a worksheet. Because in addition to labels directly on the 3D model, there is also a video of the BBC and many other information.

In this example-Govie for Science or Physics or Physics respectively. Astronomy Playfully learn more about NASA’s latest Mars mission: The rover has coil eyes, a weather station and much more.

It’s fun to play with and offers the teacher more than just a worksheet. Because in addition to labels directly on the 3D model, there is also a video of the BBC and many other information.

In this example-Govie for Science or Biology you will learn more about the delicious strawberry in a playful way. You can get very close to the individual components and learn how they are called. . .

It’s fun to play with and offers the teacher more than just a worksheet. Because in addition to labels directly on the 3D model, there is also a video of the BBC and many other information. The Govie format combines 3D, interactivity and a story mode.

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Govie Editor:

Designing digital learning content yourself

The Govie format combines 3D, interactivity and a story mode. This enables a vivid, guided presentation and a deep, self-directed insight into biological, technical, chemical and physical contexts.

The Govie Editor, a freely available software, allows the independent development of Govies as digital learning content without the need for special computer skills or hardware.

In the Govie Editor, existing 3D models can be enriched with additional material such as images, texts, websites and animations. This creates a unique presentation that is both playable as a video and allows individual control by the user. The 3D presentations are web-enabled.

Where can I get suitable 3D models for my govies?

3D models can be easily obtained from external platforms, such as: Sketchfab and GrabCAD.

We show you how to do it in the editor at the right place:

Indications

The Govie Format and the Govie Editor are suitable for

  • the creation and use of 3D-based learning content in the classroom
  • all subjects, but especially for the fields of technology, biology, physics, chemistry and art
  • the presentation of created results and projects by the students
  • integration into websites and presentations of any kind

Features & Benefits of the Govie Editor

  • free use of all basic features
  • easy learning and application of the software on your own – for an independent and efficient use of limited resources
  • Use of 3D CAD models or 3D scans – for creating the presentation without programming knowledge
  • play and share the Govie within the Govie platform and externally via Share Links
  • personal support and training by the company 3D Interaction Technologies is possible

How it Works

Register Your Govie-Editor® Demo-Account

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    .glb Import

    Use the format of the future.

    Import your own 3D data.

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    .glb import from Blender, 3DSMAX, C4D, Paint3D, Google Sketchfab & CAD programs

    The GLB file format is a binary form of glTF that contains textures rather than referencing them as external images. For example, 3D Facebook posts are based on . glb files.

    "The focus of every lesson should be on how people, and especially children, really learn. The Govie Editor is our contribution to homeschooling and for hybrid teaching: A simple tool to create vivid 3D presentations yourself – which both execute a thought and allow for playful exploration. And that in the form of results that are easy to share. . ."

    Dr. Henry Wojcik, Managing Director of 3D Interaction Technologies GmbH

    „We can’t just throw a gun at Corona and tighten the standards down." (FAS)“

    Henry Tesch, School Director of the Carolinum in Neustrelitz

    The exciting world of microelectronics

    Germany is a high-tech country. Impressive examples of true cutting-edge technology and research can be found in virtually every major city. But knowledge about this too rarely finds its way into classrooms.

    If you want to get children and young people excited about the technologies of tomorrow, you have to show them these technologies! This is exactly the aim of the microchip ABC project: We want to show young people what modern microelectronics means – comprehensively, in detail, authentically!

    We want to give them a vivid idea of how fulfilling and exciting working with integrated circuits and electronic systems can be. We want to bring the knowledge of modern microelectronics to schools in order to attract young people to a career in this industry.

    The core of the microchip ABC project is a handbook designed to introduce young people from grade 8 onwards to modern microelectronics. It contains a good mix of first-class technology presentation and lively career and industry information. The handbook is supplemented by an additional website and learning software.

    The shortage of skilled workers caused the economy to lose almost 20 billion euros in value added in 2007. It drives up salaries for engineers and scientists, and it slows the pace of research and development. Investing in projects such as the microchip ABC is therefore a worthwhile expenditure. Help to correct the one-sided vocational orientation of young people in Germany!

    Reading sample of the 350-page book (PDF)

    Explore examples from our book in interactive models: the farm of the near future, construction of electric mobility vehicles, look into technical details of historical and current chip development.

    In September 2016, the book was nominated for the “Saxon State Prize for Design” in the field of communication design.