content development

Shape and content

content development

Shape and content

content development

Shape and content
Based on the didactic concept, our educationalists create the learning content: the development of e-learning modules in different formats as texts, videos, animations, interactive images. Whether it’s learning how to operate a machine, getting acquainted with the company for new employees (onboarding) or product or material knowledge (sales training), there is so much possible. The modules can also be more general, it can be about soft skills or even customer training.
Based on the didactic concept, our educationalists create the learning content: the development of e-learning modules in different formats as texts, videos, animations, interactive images. Whether it’s learning how to operate a machine, getting acquainted with the company for new employees (onboarding) or product or material knowledge (sales training), there is so much possible. The modules can also be more general, it can be about soft skills or even customer training.
Based on the didactic concept, our educationalists create the learning content: the development of e-learning modules in different formats as texts, videos, animations, interactive images. Whether it’s learning how to operate a machine, getting acquainted with the company for new employees (onboarding) or product or material knowledge (sales training), there is so much possible. The modules can also be more general, it can be about soft skills or even customer training.

Digital animation for Local Funds

We have developed several digital animations for the Netherlands Local Funds Foundation. The volunteers needed help developing a Fund. This requires a great deal of knowledge and expertise, such as knowledge about fundraising, communication and further professionalization. With a digital animation (also called motion graphics) we have designed the information in a clear way! Digital animations are ideal for making complex texts understandable.

Short-circuit VR electronics

A basic electronics simulation in VR. This simulation is designed for introducing electronics to students/hobbyists. In addition, you can simulate basic components and read values in the simulation, there are also interactive challenges: players have to build a setup correctly. Finally, this simulation also contains a whiteboard with electronics theory.

Serious Game

We have developed this serious game to see how visual behavior can be learned. Behavior can be categorized as soft skills. Soft skills are personal, emotional, social and intellectual skills. It is the developed ability to convert one’s own competence, if necessary in collaboration with others, into practical skills and knowledge. This type of training is also acted out and filmed by actors with scenarios.

E-learning module for MCB

This is part of an e-learning module Materials Science for MCB Netherlands that we have been able to develop. Our educationalists are trained to quickly master the most diverse subjects. Simply because of their experience and years of training. On the right you see a part of one of the five didactic, interactive Materials Science modules that the MCB employees go through and that they offer to their customers. They are also available as a ‘Materials Science course’ in secondary vocational education.

Skills lab VR hospital

A VR simulation developed for training nursing students to use the VANAS cabinet. A VANAS cabinet is expensive and should not just be used in a hospital, in addition there are many students who have to learn to use the cabinet and there is little room for mistakes. These problems are addressed by making a VR version of the VANAS cabinet.

3D Animation Shredder

We made this 3D animation of a shredder for marketing purposes to be able to present this product powerfully and beautifully. The customer sees directly and clearly how this shredder works. Because of the 3 dimensionality you can even see what is happening inside the machine. This gives you a head start in regard to competitors.

360 degrees Virtual Reality for Drilling platform

The wish was to learn and experience what it is like to perform work at great heights on a drilling rig. After watching a section, you can ask questions directly in the video to make sure it’s clear. If the answer is answered correctly, the video continues, if the answer is wrong, the relevant part of the video can be shown again automatically. With Virtual Reality glasses on, the participant experiences what is happening in reality.

Instruction video for motorcycle

Source documents from the engineering department are the basis (3D-CAD model) for these technical illustrations. Technical mechanics see and learn to understand the most important components of the product in an interactive way. Visual instructions ensure faster and more precise results. As a result, you see an exploded view here. This is a drawing of the engine showing the components of a structure or object have been taken apart and pictured separately, but in the correct proportion as if they were put together. Users are guided step-by-step through all phases of an assembly, disassembly or maintenance process.

2D animation of process diagram

The question was to clearly present how a cooling system works. In this 2 dimensional animation, each individual process part from the diagram can be studied step by step. At the start of this example, the process air coming from the air processor is approximately 90 degrees. By clicking on another line, the next process step is highlighted. The subsequent process step shows that with the cooling water the air cools down to 20 degrees Celsius.

Interactive video adhesive action

Bolton Adhesives (known for Bison adhesive and sealant products) uses tailor-made customer training. They wanted to provide more information about their products to their own employees and to construction store employees in a user-friendly way. Because construction stores are important customers of Bolton Adhesives. We have developed a didactic, attractive module for Bolton Adhesives on the basics of adhesives. Here you can see a demo video that we have developed.

Interactive video for a bottle cap

This interactive video literally shows what happens if a process step is not completed correctly. There is a bottle cap fixed, which must arrive in the right way at the bottle, on which it must be attached. Work instructions have been made for those process steps. Afterwards it turned out that these were insufficiently helpful, because in a short time many foreign personnel had been hired who did not yet speak the Dutch language. With interactive videos and a voice-over in their own language, they are informed in a short time to be trained to solve this problem.

ARchy the Augmented Reality-app

Do you already know ARchy? This cute bunny, Archy is a fun augmented reality app, educational and fun for children. But also for adults! By clicking on the icons on both sides you help Archy. It provides an enjoyable visual experience to both young and adult users of smartphones, tablets and the Microsoft HoloLens. But AR isn’t all fun. It can also be used professionally. For example AR can be used in healthcare for learning the functioning of organs and limbs in a body, or in technology for learning to use and maintain a vehicle or machine.

Mixed/Augmented-Reality learning process

This application guides you through the different steps in the process of replacing a wheel. Using the Mixed Reality Version , the user can explore a virtual hologram of the truck located in the actual, physical space the user is in.

The AR solution uses marker technology, while the MR solution uses holograms. When using the AR version, the user points the camera of his smartphone or tablet at a “marker”. In this case the marker of this app is a 2D image of the truck.

As you have read on this page, the content we provide is very diverse. All applicable in various industries. Think of fundraising, audiometry, communication and materials science. And so much more is possible. Feel free to contact us to discuss your ideas!

Digital animation for Local Funds

We have developed several digital animations for the Netherlands Local Funds Foundation. The volunteers needed help developing a Fund. This requires a great deal of knowledge and expertise, such as knowledge about fundraising, communication and further professionalization. With a digital animation (also called motion graphics) we have designed the information in a clear way! Digital animations are ideal for making complex texts understandable.

Short-circuit VR electronics

A basic electronics simulation in VR. This simulation is designed for introducing electronics to students/hobbyists. In addition, you can simulate basic components and read values in the simulation, there are also interactive challenges: players have to build a setup correctly. Finally, this simulation also contains a whiteboard with electronics theory.

Serious Game

We have developed this serious game to see how visual behavior can be learned. Behavior can be categorized as soft skills. Soft skills are personal, emotional, social and intellectual skills. It is the developed ability to convert one’s own competence, if necessary in collaboration with others, into practical skills and knowledge. This type of training is also acted out and filmed by actors with scenarios.

E-learning module for MCB

This is part of an e-learning module Materials Science for MCB Netherlands that we have been able to develop. Our educationalists are trained to quickly master the most diverse subjects. Simply because of their experience and years of training. On the right you see a part of one of the five didactic, interactive Materials Science modules that the MCB employees go through and that they offer to their customers. They are also available as a ‘Materials Science course’ in secondary vocational education.

Skills lab VR hospital

A VR simulation developed for training nursing students to use the VANAS cabinet. A VANAS cabinet is expensive and should not just be used in a hospital, in addition there are many students who have to learn to use the cabinet and there is little room for mistakes. These problems are addressed by making a VR version of the VANAS cabinet.

3D Animation Shredder

We made this 3D animation of a shredder for marketing purposes to be able to present this product powerfully and beautifully. The customer sees directly and clearly how this shredder works. Because of the 3 dimensionality you can even see what is happening inside the machine. This gives you a head start in regard to competitors.

360 degrees Virtual Reality for Drilling platform

The wish was to learn and experience what it is like to perform work at great heights on a drilling rig. After watching a section, you can ask questions directly in the video to make sure it’s clear. If the answer is answered correctly, the video continues, if the answer is wrong, the relevant part of the video can be shown again automatically. With Virtual Reality glasses on, the participant experiences what is happening in reality.

Instruction video for motorcycle

Source documents from the engineering department are the basis (3D-CAD model) for these technical illustrations. Technical mechanics see and learn to understand the most important components of the product in an interactive way. Visual instructions ensure faster and more precise results. As a result, you see an exploded view here. This is a drawing of the engine showing the components of a structure or object have been taken apart and pictured separately, but in the correct proportion as if they were put together. Users are guided step-by-step through all phases of an assembly, disassembly or maintenance process.

Interactive video for a bottle cap

This interactive video literally shows what happens if a process step is not completed correctly. There is a bottle cap fixed, which must arrive in the right way at the bottle, on which it must be attached. Work instructions have been made for those process steps. Afterwards it turned out that these were insufficiently helpful, because in a short time many foreign personnel had been hired who did not yet speak the Dutch language. With interactive videos and a voice-over in their own language, they are informed in a short time to be trained to solve this problem.

2D animation of process diagram

The question was to clearly present how a cooling system works. In this 2 dimensional animation, each individual process part from the diagram can be studied step by step. At the start of this example, the process air coming from the air processor is approximately 90 degrees. By clicking on another line, the next process step is highlighted. The subsequent process step shows that with the cooling water the air cools down to 20 degrees Celsius.

Interactive video adhesive action

Bolton Adhesives (known for Bison adhesive and sealant products) uses tailor-made customer training. They wanted to provide more information about their products to their own employees and to construction store employees in a user-friendly way. Because construction stores are important customers of Bolton Adhesives. We have developed a didactic, attractive module for Bolton Adhesives on the basics of adhesives. Here you can see a demo video that we have developed.

ARchy the Augmented Reality-app

Do you already know ARchy? This cute bunny, Archy is a fun augmented reality app, educational and fun for children. But also for adults! By clicking on the icons on both sides you help Archy. It provides an enjoyable visual experience to both young and adult users of smartphones, tablets and the Microsoft HoloLens. But AR isn’t all fun. It can also be used professionally. For example AR can be used in healthcare for learning the functioning of organs and limbs in a body, or in technology for learning to use and maintain a vehicle or machine.

Mixed/Augmented-Reality learning process

This application guides you through the different steps in the process of replacing a wheel. Using the Mixed Reality Version , the user can explore a virtual hologram of the truck located in the actual, physical space the user is in.

The AR solution uses marker technology, while the MR solution uses holograms. When using the AR version, the user points the camera of his smartphone or tablet at a “marker”. In this case the marker of this app is a 2D image of the truck.

As you have read on this page, the content we provide is very diverse. All applicable in various industries. Think of fundraising, audiometry, communication and materials science. And so much more is possible. Feel free to contact us to discuss your ideas!

Digital animation for Local Funds

We have developed several digital animations for the Netherlands Local Funds Foundation. The volunteers needed help developing a Fund. This requires a great deal of knowledge and expertise, such as knowledge about fundraising, communication and further professionalization. With a digital animation (also called motion graphics) we have designed the information in a clear way! Digital animations are ideal for making complex texts understandable.

Short-circuit VR electronics

A basic electronics simulation in VR. This simulation is designed for introducing electronics to students/hobbyists. In addition, you can simulate basic components and read values in the simulation, there are also interactive challenges: players have to build a setup correctly. Finally, this simulation also contains a whiteboard with electronics theory.

Serious Game

We have developed this serious game to see how visual behavior can be learned. Behavior can be categorized as soft skills. Soft skills are personal, emotional, social and intellectual skills. It is the developed ability to convert one’s own competence, if necessary in collaboration with others, into practical skills and knowledge. This type of training is also acted out and filmed by actors with scenarios.

E-learning module for MCB

This is part of an e-learning module Materials Science for MCB Netherlands that we have been able to develop. Our educationalists are trained to quickly master the most diverse subjects. Simply because of their experience and years of training. On the right you see a part of one of the five didactic, interactive Materials Science modules that the MCB employees go through and that they offer to their customers. They are also available as a ‘Materials Science course’ in secondary vocational education.

Skills lab VR hospital

A VR simulation developed for training nursing students to use the VANAS cabinet. A VANAS cabinet is expensive and should not just be used in a hospital, in addition there are many students who have to learn to use the cabinet and there is little room for mistakes. These problems are addressed by making a VR version of the VANAS cabinet.

3D Animation Shredder

We made this 3D animation of a shredder for marketing purposes to be able to present this product powerfully and beautifully. The customer sees directly and clearly how this shredder works. Because of the 3 dimensionality you can even see what is happening inside the machine. This gives you a head start in regard to competitors.

360 degrees Virtual Reality for Drilling platform

The wish was to learn and experience what it is like to perform work at great heights on a drilling rig. After watching a section, you can ask questions directly in the video to make sure it’s clear. If the answer is answered correctly, the video continues, if the answer is wrong, the relevant part of the video can be shown again automatically. With Virtual Reality glasses on, the participant experiences what is happening in reality.

Instruction video for motorcycle

Source documents from the engineering department are the basis (3D-CAD model) for these technical illustrations. Technical mechanics see and learn to understand the most important components of the product in an interactive way. Visual instructions ensure faster and more precise results. As a result, you see an exploded view here. This is a drawing of the engine showing the components of a structure or object have been taken apart and pictured separately, but in the correct proportion as if they were put together. Users are guided step-by-step through all phases of an assembly, disassembly or maintenance process.

Interactive video for a bottle cap

This interactive video literally shows what happens if a process step is not completed correctly. There is a bottle cap fixed, which must arrive in the right way at the bottle, on which it must be attached. Work instructions have been made for those process steps. Afterwards it turned out that these were insufficiently helpful, because in a short time many foreign personnel had been hired who did not yet speak the Dutch language. With interactive videos and a voice-over in their own language, they are informed in a short time to be trained to solve this problem.

2D animation of process diagram

The question was to clearly present how a cooling system works. In this 2 dimensional animation, each individual process part from the diagram can be studied step by step. At the start of this example, the process air coming from the air processor is approximately 90 degrees. By clicking on another line, the next process step is highlighted. The subsequent process step shows that with the cooling water the air cools down to 20 degrees Celsius.

Interactive video adhesive action

Bolton Adhesives (known for Bison adhesive and sealant products) uses tailor-made customer training. They wanted to provide more information about their products to their own employees and to construction store employees in a user-friendly way. Because construction stores are important customers of Bolton Adhesives. We have developed a didactic, attractive module for Bolton Adhesives on the basics of adhesives. Here you can see a demo video that we have developed.

ARchy the Augmented Reality-app

Do you already know ARchy? This cute bunny, Archy is a fun augmented reality app, educational and fun for children. But also for adults! By clicking on the icons on both sides you help Archy. It provides an enjoyable visual experience to both young and adult users of smartphones, tablets and the Microsoft HoloLens. But AR isn’t all fun. It can also be used professionally. For example AR can be used in healthcare for learning the functioning of organs and limbs in a body, or in technology for learning to use and maintain a vehicle or machine.

Mixed/Augmented-Reality learning process

This application guides you through the different steps in the process of replacing a wheel. Using the Mixed Reality Version , the user can explore a virtual hologram of the truck located in the actual, physical space the user is in.

The AR solution uses marker technology, while the MR solution uses holograms. When using the AR version, the user points the camera of his smartphone or tablet at a “marker”. In this case the marker of this app is a 2D image of the truck.

As you have read on this page, the content we provide is very diverse. All applicable in various industries. Think of fundraising, audiometry, communication and materials science. And so much more is possible. Feel free to contact us to discuss your ideas!

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In consultation with you we will map the desired situation of your company and we will see what we can do for you.
All of course without any obligation. Or just give us a call.