Gameplay.Platform.Peripheral

Modes

Single Player

Multi-Player

Supported Devices

  • Windows and Mac Computers
  • All Web Browsers (native WebGL)
  • Apple Tablets and iPhones
  • Android Tablets and iPhones
  • Microsoft Kinect
  • Samsung Virtual Reality Headsets

Software Information

Genre

Simulation

Platforms

WebGL

Software Features

  • Provides accurate computer graphic models of each Station module
  • Provides detailed information for each module
  • Provides first and third person experiences in and around the ISS

i3d Technology

Immersive 3D believes that a critical component of today’s learning programs has to be based on state-of-the art technology. Learning technologies are quickly evolving. Immersive 3D stays ahead of the curve by creating innovative ways to deliver new and unique learning experiences using the latest software and hardware technologies.

Devices and Delivery Platforms

Immersive 3D invests in the Research and Development of current and planned hardware technologies. I3d was selected to work with the Office of Naval Research to create a learning program using haptic devices for very early learners. The project designated “Physics 4 Fun” is a program designed to teach 4th graders physics concepts.

Immersive 3D is making all of these advances in teaching, technology and art available on all web browsers, Android and Apple devices. Our mission has always been to make the very best programs accessible to all children and students.

Simulation Software and 3D Rendered Environments

The Internation Space Station is an example of STEM learning at its very finest!

Immersive 3D is making all of these advances in teaching, technology and art available on all web browsers, Android and Apple devices. While most of the discussion around the advances in new cellular devices is about display, camera and audio advances, it is very worthy to note that they are capable of running high-end simulations. These simulations are our key to providing teachers and students with programs that prove and enforce STEM curricula.