We have developed an interactive, online, multi-media, portal – “a high-tech“ channel for digital education.
It’s aim is to present information using the latest available visual technologies to deeply engage target audiences.
The portal combines our ´visualization´ technologies. Namely, 2D & 3D animations, VR, live filming and Web-GL application programming interface together with scientific text to interactively educate a wide range of audiences.
Let us show you our Interactive library in this short video.
Help us a build a global, online and free of charge interactive platform for the next dimension of education. Together we can create a database of hundreds of interactive scientific articles (ISA) . This will form an unique encyclopedia for visually immersive education. Students, teachers and different educators worldwide may benefit from this online interaction with their audience.
One example of an interactive scientific article that we have prepared is for
Tumor Necrosis Factor
We start with a 3D animation where you can see the chemical structure presented in a visually appealing way. Notice the aesthetic movement of the structures, the organic shaping, lighting, color toning which are all further synchronized using immersive music.
After capturing the reader’s attention, we indulge into scientific data describing the Tumor Necrosis Factor. The complex text is combined with statistical visualizations and animations to help the reader understand whilst being further engaged.
However, the important blocker molecule which revolutionized the care of patients with multiple immune disorders, including rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, Crohn's disease and so on deserves more attention.
And here it is. Our WebGL based interactive simulation of TNF alfa and its attachment to TNF receptor in a specific tissue.
WebGL or Web Graphics Library is an Application Programming Interface for rendering interactive 2D and 3D graphics within any compatible web browser without the use of plug-ins. The reader is able to rotate the structures and interact with the content. For further understanding, we can activate the chemical structure mode and the ´´underlying´´ structure is launched.
This would be the core of an online interactive portal, stream-lining both existing and new information to prepare such engaging interactive articles. Its availability would be global, thus targeting a much larger audience.
For more examples of interactive scientific articles about diabetes mellitus or hepatitis C please visit our web page www.interactivelibrary.education .