Multimedia, Games, Simulations
Turn your web users into active participants!
Make your web work more appealing by using several different media formats to convey information (text, audio, graphics, animation, video, and interactivity).
By incorporating multimedia into your website, eLearning and other software applications, you can present information in a way so users have more fun and their engagement is increased.
Imagine; and we'll make it your reality!
We develop a wide-range of multimedia-based web products. Examples...
A history lesson on World War II can include links to articles on countries involved in the war. The student may click through to read a detailed article with photos and diagrams, view a video on the Pacific Campaign, explore pertinent maps, listen to an audio about a soldier's experiences, relive the action through an interactive game and undertake online assessment.
The various multimedia components provide an environment which is experienced by users as similar to reality. This technique is used in flight simulators to impart training to pilots without having to go for a real flight. Doctors can train by looking at a virtual surgery or they can simulate how the human body is affected by diseases spread by viruses and bacteria and then develop techniques to prevent the same.
Using computer tools, students designing a machine or an automobile can view a product from various perspectives, zoom in on critical parts and do other manipulations before actually producing it. A scientist-in-training can look at a molecular model of a particular substance and manipulate it to arrive at a new substance.
Students can undertake authentic scenario assessment through the utilisation of games with intelligent decision trees. Such applications are successful where attitudes as well as knowledge and skills need to be assessed in a 'realistic' environment.