Educate
Business courses
Business courses
Increase your efficiency
Trained staff are valuable, but training them costs you time and money. If your course is off-site, or your participants come from different locations, the cost of transport, hotels and travelling time soon adds up. Training your people online at their desks is far more efficient – and the visual appeal of our 3D environments makes them very realistic too.
3D Business tutorials
Our multi-user, highly visual environments enable you to recreate teaching situations and to link them to your current systems. Whenever and wherever you want. Do your international staff need a quick course to learn about new developments? Invite them to participate at a time that suits you – and just bring them together online.
Develop individuals, together
Our solutions make it possible for students, teachers, moderators and observers to meet in recognisable environments, and to simulate real or imaginary situations with real people.
Business and professional education
Bring your students together for training updates, presentations and discussions. Contact us to discuss more possibilities.


"A one-hour course for 7,000 people used to cost €1.4 million in lost hours."
WHAT CAN YOU DO IN 3D?
Educate yourself
For and with Nijghversluys, we developed 5 Educational Cities in which students from different schools and levels can learn more about economics – interactively as well as from their books. After all, why shouldn’t learning be fun? A poll asking the thousands of users what they liked showed more than half of the students used it because it was fun! See NV3D for more information, or contact us.
Walk in Van Gogh’s footsteps
Vincent van Gogh’s house and village in Arles, France have been recreated in 3D so you can walk around and even view the everyday household objects and other scenes that he immortalised in paint. Also visit a 3D world with L'Orange Museum with more paintings!
Visit an art gallery
A unique Art Gallery has been opened in our 3D Burman Web World by art teacher Phil Burman and the Arts Council of England. Walk around it in 3D!