With our cooperation partners from universities, research and industry we use an Open Social Innovation approach to develop our learning modules.
As inventer of 3D learning in the Cyber-Classroom the company ensures an innovative technology transfer to the relevant areas of education. This opens the traditional product development process for a network of students from university and school, teachers and professors as well as companies, and allows them to further improve and optimize the Cyber-Classroom.
An educational supervisory board supervises the independent 3D modules created and ensures quality standards are met as well as up to date information.
So called C3-Labs (Certified Cyber-Classroom Labs) enable students, prpfessors and teachers to develop their own modules for the use in our Cyber-Classroom. In cooperation with a group of students at the University of Furtwangen we created the physics module "light refraction and reflexion", which has been integrated into all Cyber-Classroom editions. Olga Hottmann, student of Product Engineering/ business and engineering at the University of Furtwangen: „We implement our professors' ideas for modules and then present a first version to teachers and students. They provide us with their feedback and ideas for changes, which we take into consderation when we develop the Cyber-Classroom and tailor it to the specific needs of schools.“
Imsimity guides and supports them with their know-how in Virtual Reality Technolgy, thereby following the development process of 3D learning modules for different areas and editions.