Dassault Systèmes works with its global network of partners to transform the education system, from primary school to university to the professional world. With innovative, holistic, and interdisciplinary curricula based on Dassault Systèmes solutions, and technologies, the company prepares the talents, for now and the future, together with society, industry, and research.
3D game-based learning
Dassault Systèmes presents 3D game-based learning applications in the Future Classroom Lab:
- History, Architecture: "Paris 3D", a historical journey through 5 centuries of the architecture and urban organization of a major European capital. Through collaboration with historians and archeologists specializing in the study of Paris, teams from Dassault Systèmes rebuilt Paris in 3D at different moments of its history.
- History: "Khufu", Discover the New Khufu's Pyramid Pyramid Building Theory. French architect Jean-Pierre Houdin was able to test his theory about the construction, 4,500 years ago, of the Cheops pyramid. Teams from Dassault Systèmes, created a life-size virtual simulation of the construction method Houdin imagined, and verified it as plausible.
- History, Technology: "DDay", Dassault Systèmes' 3D technologies to build bridges between the engineers of yesterday and today by preserving the memory of their remarkable technological innovations.
- Life Sciences: "Staying Alive", a unique 3DEXPERIENCE to learn, through an online 3D simulation how to save a virtual person suffering from cardiac arrest.
- Life Sciences: "All Eyes" project is a social 3DEXPERIENCE that offers everyone the ability to see through the eyes of animals you are familiar with.
- Earth Sciences, Technology: "Ice Dream project", turning icebergs into drinking water? Through 3D virtual experiences and scientific simulation, French engineer Georges Mougin has recently been able to test many scenarios and prove his project to be technically feasible: towing icebergs for freshwater!
- History: "Operation Lune", in collaboration with the French Navy and the Marine and Submarine Archaeological Research Department of France, Dassault Systèmes has reproduced virtually, and in 3D, the wreck of La Lune, Louis XIV's flagship, which sank off the coast of Toulon in 1664, thus helping underwater archeologists to make the most of their interventions, while offering historians and internet users a virtual submarine dive to the remarkably well-preserved wreck.
A 3D extended textbook associating interactive 3D online content to several topics is also provided. This experience has been implemented for the technology track in French technology high school by educators, Dassault Systèmes and the Hachette Technique publisher, and has proven an efficient way to flip the technology class.
- The Dassault Systèmes Academia Website - Dassault Systèmes provides teachers and students with an abundance of free content on its 3DSAcademy website. Thousands of academic institutions have already joined the portal, which offers many additional education-related resources in an easy-to-navigate online format.
- 3D Extended Texbook - In partnership with the publishers Hachette Technique, Dassault Systèmes' Education Lab has created 3D animations using 3DVIAComposer and integrated them to the digital version of the technology handbook in order to better illustrate tools and systems studied during the two last years in French technology-oriented high school sections "STI2D".
- Be an engineer - How to successfully prepare engineer students to their careers? A complete innovative and educative system combining the latest generation of both 3D CATIA V6 and LEGO® MINDSTORMS® V3 Education.
- Learning materials - The 3DS Academy website provides you with a variety of educational materials. At any time, browse the most up-to-date courseware database available on DS Solutions. You may also browse courses shared made available by your peers. Perhaps you would care to share your curricula as well?
Dassault Systèmes provides teachers and students with an abundance of free content on its 3DSAcademy website. Thousands of academic institutions have already joined the portal, which offers many additional education-related resources in an easy-to-navigate online format. Contact them.
- Facebook community
Dealing with the academic world naturally implies being present on social media. Dassault Systèmes global Academia team engages with users every day via Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube to bring you updates from the community, as well as contests, videos, and testimonials.