Gaia is very pleased to announce that Brighton Hill Community School won a BETT 2019 Award at this years event. The award was given in the Impact category, which recognises the impact of applied Edtech in a school. The Gaia/Brighton Hill collaboration was focused on adoption of the Gaia well-being app My Teen Mind. In this video lead teacher Clare Erasmus talks about the experience of building an app with students, using the Gaia Health and Well Being template.
We’re currently working on an Oncology App to be used as a tool for people with cancer. This app will provide general information on cancer including: Pathology Diagnosis Symptoms Treatment and side effects Known causes and known prevention The history of the disease Surgical solutions A help and support page with links to establish support networks such as Macmillan. The Oncology App is designed for cancer patients to use a resource to understand their diagnosis and how to find the right kind of help. Make sure you stay updated with our latest projects in the Showcase section. Want to find out more about what we can do for your school or university? Call 01248 675 800 or email email@example.com
Gaia’s Anatomy Project is currently in development. Our 3D team is currently developing an app that will demonstrate the functionality and layout of the human body. The app will use highly detailed 3D graphics to engage learners with the science of human anatomy.
During the training of our 3D Viewer our lead educationalists were alerted to the need of geography teachers for resources that would exemplify the changes down the long profile of a river. In effect to test the Bradshaw Model. Consequently, our studio artists were commissioned to design new 3D resources to support the GCSE geography curriculum and aspects of river studies at A-level. We are pleased to announce that the models are now available for evaluation, prior to general release as assets within the Gaia 3D Viewer.
Over the last few months, our Studio has been working on co-development of an animal cell app with Reading University. This is part of a 3 year research project to establish if haptics has an impact on education. The project uses our 3D plant and animal cell models in combination with various technologies including virtual reality, to allow students to explore the detail of cell biology. Although the animal cell app is a long way off completion, we have now used these assets to develop an educational app, which provides detailed information on the components of an animal cell before testing the user’s understanding and knowledge with a series of quizzes. Although still in development, the response from various experts has to date been very positive. S...
One exciting and well used environment in the Gaia 3D Viewer resource collection is the WWI trench. This high quality resource provides an opportunity to deliver exciting immersive lessons as stimulus to learning in history and English. To commemorate the centenary of the start of the First World War, Gaia Technologies created a 3D interactive trench environment that runs on any PC. This Gaia 3D Trench is available completely free of charge to all schools in the UK. There is also a resource pack which accompanies the trench and is based on the soldiers you meet and the trench environment itself. The aim of the Gaia 3D Trench is to provide an opportunity to use the latest in visualisation technology to facilitate teaching and learning of life in the trenches, following different r...
Gaia’s studio is proactively engaged with the development of apps with its education partners. One such venture is the Tai-Chi app being co-developed with London South Bank University. Bringing together the potential of tablet apps, augmented reality and exercise has been an adventure that has resulted in Phil, an animated Panda that can instruct users on the gentle movements of Tai-Chi anywhere, anytime. If you would like to work with Gaia on developing use of the app then get in touch with the Gaia studio team and get to meet Phil.
Explore Gaia’s Special Relationship with Ysgol y Gogarth Ysgol y Gogarth is a day and residential Special School currently catering for approximately 210 pupils between the ages of 3 and 19. The school overlooks the beautiful bay of Llandudno and is within four miles of the A55 expressway.
Are you a user of Gaia’s 3D Viewer? If so you may want to check that you have the latest release . Go to http://gaia3d.co.uk/software-update/ to download the latest version of the software and our collection of 3D Resources. You will need your licence key to do this. Not an existing customer? Then register for your free trial here. To check your version open the viewer and go to settings/about where you will see the release number. This is currently 3.01.1 (September 2016). To install the Viewer and new content on your 3D PC download all the parts as instructed. Delete the old installation and then install afresh through the automated process. Due to the high volume of digital content, this is a big download. We suggest that you download to disc and then install well in adv...
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