The CUBE at BCIT uses 3D simulation technology and takes teaching and learning to new levels

It’s not what it is, it’s what it does. The CUBE transforms the way instructors teach and the way students learn at BCIT. It will bring the workplace into the classroom and enrich curriculum – virtually.

Unique to BCIT, the CUBE initiative places 3D simulations of expensive, rare, and leading edge equipment into the hands of BCIT students, anytime, anywhere allowing learners to explore complex components and systems in a 3D virtual world before they touch the real thing.

Students will manipulate virtual objects from jet engines to knee joints and even disassemble, assemble, and cross-section them using computers.

With a US $1million grant from Lockheed Martin and $380,000 in software contributions from NGRAIN (Canada) Corporation, the CUBE transforms learning through the development of interactive 3D simulations which enhance the learner’s experience. Check out the official BCIT news release for more info.

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One Response to The CUBE at BCIT uses 3D simulation technology and takes teaching and learning to new levels

  1. Mary Davenport says:

    This appears to be a great way to offer the students the ability to get hands on training as well as the traditional book knowledge that they need. Students should be more than prepared for jobs and careers after graduation.

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