How it’s being used

Visual Identity

Resource Management
Delve into how Dr. Cole Burton from UBC Forestry uses 3D models of various animal skulls to increase accessibility in learning.

Visual Identity

Forestry Conservation
Discover how Dr. Richard Hamelin from UBC Forestry uses 3D models of diseased tree samples in his course.

How do I get started?
Take a look at how some instructors are using 3D resources.
Check out readily available 3D resources on the web.
Have questions? Email us at 3d.support@ubc.ca or come to our
virtual drop-in session
, noon-1PM every Tuesday & Thursday
 
WHY CHOOSE 3D?

SPATIAL UNDERSTANDING

Facilitates spatial understanding of objects and systems challenging to achieve through images

SIMULATED ACCESS

Provides simulated hands-on access to fragile or rare artifacts through 3D models

INVESTIGATION

Provides multiple students unlimited time to study and investigate a specimen

THOROUGH EDUCATION

Provides an “up close & personal” view of a specimen with a large group of students at the same time.