608 Is Interactive 3-D the Next Big Thing in eLearning?
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Thursday, October 30
Your course users demand more quality and sophistication in the eLearning content they interact with. A growing expectation is for attractive eLearning content that is close to virtual reality with 3-D animated and interactive content. Interactive 3-D content can help teach more effectively, and make the courses more attractive and competitive. But is it worth the effort and the costs?
In this case-study session you will explore sample content from courses and learn how they were transformed from 2-D to 3-D. You will learn how to develop 3-D content and how to evaluate the degree of complexity of 3-D animations. You will leave this session understanding how you can improve content with 3-D graphics as well as the level of effort it will require.
In this session, you will learn:
- How interactive 3-D content can enhance the users’ learning experience
- How to develop interactive 3-D content simply
- How to go from non-interactive 2-D or 3-D content to interactive 3-D content
- Tips to develop cost-effective interactive 3-D using UNITY 3D
Intermediate and advanced developers, project managers, managers, and directors with some knowledge of course-content development, graphics, and animations development or usage in courses.
discussed in this session:
Thierry (Terry) Leger, CEO of Azimuth, has 30 years of experience in software, content management, eLearning and the information-technology service industry. He is the founder and CEO of Azimuth, has created several IT-services companies, and has had various managerial positions in companies in Silicon Valley and in Europe. Terry holds an MBA degree and a master’s degree in Computer Science. He was instrumental in the development of various large information systems for worldwide customers and he designed and implemented one of the first European computer-aided document-retrieval systems. Featured in many European and US computer publications, Terry is a frequent speaker at industry forums.