3D is the safe place for training dangerous subjects
I developed several training solutions that simulate devices that address dangerous problems. In some cases a detailed digital model was created and used in several modules. In other cases a technique called 2.5-D was used that did not require a model.
In all cases the training objectives justified the time and expense required to develop a 3D solution:
|Role: Instructional Designer, Photographer, Trainer, Author (including compositing animations into compositions, programming and design.)||Role: Photographer, Author (including compositing, Design, Interface, Programming)|
|Role: Instructional Designer, Photographer, Trainer, Author||Role: Author, including concept design, compositing animations, programming, instructional design and writing)|
|Role: Author: including concept design, compositing animations, programming, instructional design and writing)||Role: Multimedia Programmer, Animation, Compositing, Fire SFX/Animation|