Each one of us, at some given point of time, has imagined ways of studying that is a lot more fun than the traditional methods we usually follow. Not denying the fact that our systems of education have evolved over the decades, it still is considered obsolete in this rapidly advancing world. Technology has impacted almost every aspect of life today, and education is no exception. Technology has in fact profoundly changed education. Firstly, it has helped in expanding access to education and secondly, and most importantly, the quality of education.
The past two decades have seen this transition, from conventional modes to the modern ones, we have experienced all that technology could offer to make learning simpler and more interesting.
One such firm, that has incorporated technology in education in the most efficient way is Designmate Pvt.Ltd. Imagine learning chemistry by getting to cut through an atom and virtually move its atoms with our own hands! Or exploring biology by getting into a human body!
Designmate is a leading e-learning company with over 28 years of expertise as a 3D production house, developing creative e-learning content for the K-12 curriculum. They pioneer in the use of graphics, animation, and simulations to simplify concepts in General Science, Mathematics, Biology, Physics, and Chemistry.
The e-learning content they develop, called Eureka.in, is a unique combination of 3D videos, simulations, 3D interactives, experiments, learning activities, quizzes, text, images, weblinks, and other learning objects. Moving further and expanding their products, they are also working on AR (Augmented Reality) and VR (Virtual Reality) content.
In the year 2018, their leading app called Froggipedia, was awarded the “Apple app of the year” title. It involved a virtual dissection of a frog right in front of the user, giving them the clarity of the concept like no other study material.
By introducing technology to education, students are equipped with much better tools which ensure a smooth transition from school to the workplace. However, there are a number of people who are of the opinion that technology ‘spoils’ children. Used the correct way, technology could actually be a boon. It is a fact that technology is the ‘in thing’ in the world today and it has become necessary in each and every aspect of our lives and education has without a doubt has not been left behind.