“In the meantime, we've gotten a little more into Govie, and it's really very intuitive. We've created our first project now, and it's turned out very well. We'll be using it more often now.”
“We can't just throw in the towel and lower the bar because of Corona.”
Govie we think is fantastic. It's absolutely modern, and the fact that you can explore things in 3D, we're totally behind that.
Govie is a mix of game and movie.
Like in PowerPoint, you can create different slides with just a click. The viewer can interactively explore your presentation, or play it back like a conventional video.
The focus is on a 3D model, which is either self-created, downloaded from a 3D library or generated from CAD data.
Govie Editor is an online software for everyone! With it, you can create 3D presentations by yourself without any programming skills. You can use the story mode by creating slides with a certain perspective and adding a lot of additional information such as images, texts, web links or videos. The 3D web presentation is generated automatically. Copy link, share and you’re done!
The Govie format combines 3D, interactivity and a story mode. This enables a vivid presentation and a deep, self-directed insight into biological, technical, chemical and physical relationships.
Whether workshop in the class or with your colleagues, with our years of experience we will help you to be “on board” within 1h. For GTA, advanced training, etc. we will be happy to prepare a small offer.
You do not have 3D models, no problem, we give tips on our libraries.
There are different license models for Govie Editor with different functionality and authoring scope. When you register, you first get a free license.
3DIT is a Dresden-based company that has been developing interactive 3D models for use in marketing, sales and service for over ten years.
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 precisely 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 knowledge of modern microelectronics to schools in order to attract young people to careers 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 manual is supplemented by a
and an educational software.