SVH integrates thousands of 3D images into its teaching materials
MetaChef has an extensive 3D collection of all possible food products. For SVH, access to this collection is the answer to their question. Digital education has taken off and teaching materials have to keep up with this development. Therefore, the 3D models from our extensive database have been integrated into the educational material of SVH.
Vocational schools that use the SVH online learning platform can now view all our 3D models in the categories of meat and seafood products, vegetables, fruit, bread and cheese. The digital twins are lifelike and provide valuable information about a product and how a product is put together or can be prepared. It is a fun and realistic way of learning, which ensures that the knowledge sticks better. At the same time, teachers can use the 3D models during their lessons to explain the theory.
Setting the table with AR
SVH also wanted to use augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR). With AR, a digital object is added to your environment; it seems as if this object is really there. With VR you are in a completely different, digital environment. These applications make learning even more realistic and interactive. And, of course, more fun. For example, students can use AR to learn how to arrange place settings (cutlery) or practice glass recognition (which wine belongs in which glass?). And they can do that very simply and easily on their phone.