We create interactive models of built environments using Unity3D and other software. These models can be viewed and navigated through the web. Here we provide a few low-quality example environments created in an earlier version of Unity. To see them you will need to have the Unity Web Player installed on your computer.
Click on the picture below to have the model of a house loaded on a new page. Use the W, A, S, D keys of the keyboard to move in the environment and the mouse to look around. Note. Depending on the speed of your internet connection, the model might take a bit to load.
Click on the picture below to have the model of the depicted object load on a new page. This model was created as part of educational material aimed at improving the spatial skills of elementary school students. The object is typically shown to students on a sheet of paper and the task is to report the number of cubes that is comprised of. With an interactive model, students can use the W, A, S, and D keys of the keyboard to move around the object to inspect it from any direction. Clicking on "Examine" allows using the mouse to rotate the whole object while "Decompose" allows moving away each cube of the object.