Posts Tagged ‘3D’

Mathtrain.TV: Ep.97 Google SketchUp is Cool

Thursday, May 26th, 2011

A quick look at how easy it is to create cylinders and prisms in Google SketchUp (free).


Mathtrain.TV: Episode 73, Billy Billy’s Mathtrain in Edusim

Monday, August 30th, 2010

“Billy Billy” helped create this video using the free application, Edusim.  She made it in December 2007.

Check out Edusim and try it out in the classroom or at home.

Edusim is a “3D multi-user virtual world platform and authoring toolkit intended for your classroom interactive whiteboard (but equally powerful on the students laptop or desktop computers !).”


Mathtrain.TV: Episode 65, 3D iPad Un-Boxing

Wednesday, April 7th, 2010

In 3D, another World’s First! Yes, it’s another boring “unboxing” of the iPad. But we tried to make it just a bit more interesting by bringing it to you in 3D.

I think the beginning effects look the most promising. We’ll keep experimenting with the 3D webcam.


Mathtrain.TV: Episode 47 (in 3D)

Wednesday, March 4th, 2009

World’s First 3D Mathcast.

I just got a new 3D webcam called, “Minoru 3D Webcam“.  I decided to make my first 3D video a mathcast of course.  It’s silly and really just a demo to see how the 3D effects look.

3D webcam

3D webcam

I think my students will do a better job with this camera.  Stay tuned for future math video lessons in 3D.