Reallusion & Texas Instruments showcase new era of 3D educational media for middle school students
Texas Instruments partner in exhibition showcasing today's future-tech of Stereo 3D technology for the classroom during the National
Middle School Association . Texas Instruments, makers of DLP technology offering stereo 3D projection capability is now joining efforts
to introduce Reallusion software as a preferred way to bring cinematic stereo 3D creativity into the classroom with a budget that's designed
for schools. Reallusion and Texas Instruments are dedicated to provideing the total stereoscopic 3D viewing and creation experience for education and presentations beyond.
Students are able to engage with 3D course material with an emphasis on the-experience and heightened
learning sensory input. Reallusion software takes students beyond the experience and into the creation of the
next era of digital media creation. Reallusion Authentic 3D technology inside iClone and CrazyTalk offer a
true 3D experience with the ability to design media to be viewed in 3D with a simple export option. Teaching
with 3D and creating classroom projects in stereo 3D is made possible with Reallusion's easy to learn tools and
pricing to fit any lab or classroom budget. For more information on Reallusion Authentic 3D:https://www.reallusion.com/s3d
See the all new, CrazyTalk Animator demoed live with for the first time during NMSA.
Reallusion software is a total video creation and animation platform for students to learn and enrich their skills in preparation for the visual computing arts. Students engage with iClone, CrazyTalk, and CrazyTalk Animator where competencies in web, video and animation are gained through interactive exercises and results are achieved quickly within the classroom. Reallusion software integrates media arts and broadcast graphics with real-time software to enhance video creativity.
Chesapeake High School & iClone
Reallusion visited Chesapeake high school outside of Baltimore, MD. The facility was astoundingly impressive for a high school, by any standard. They are using iClone in tandem with a real-time 3D flight and world simulation engine created by Johns Hopkins University. Students explore virtual environments guided by video clips activated along the way featuring instructions given by iClone generated actors. Image gallery on album: Baltimore NMSA Reallusion
Educators are passionate about CrazyTalk
An awesome teacher from Pennsylvania at NMSA and he was more than happy to share this great video testimonial about how he and wife both use Crazytalk in the classroom. His wife even got a new job promotion because if a presentation she made with Crazytalk.
This is an educational showcase about how students can produce a creative short animated video using CrazyTalkAnimator. With CrazyTalk Animator, students can easily turn any sketch or painting to animated full-body actors. Since it's a summer vacation presentation, students are allowed to turn the photos or videos taken during the trip into props and stages in this animated video. To make the animation more comic style, you are optionally to add any custom comic effects or text balloons in Flash format. CrazyTalkAnimator is a super media casting tool that anyone can animate with the media in hand..