From static to interactive: Corinth's 3D models enrich Microsoft PowerPoint presentations
Our commitment to flexibility in licensing extends beyond the conventional, allowing partners to choose the integration option that best aligns with their unique needs. In this case study, we spotlight a tangible example of direct implementation into Microsoft PowerPoint, showcasing how Corinth's 3D models seamlessly become an integral part of one of the world's most widely used presentation tools.
Powerful tool, powerful content
With our innovative integration of 3D in Office, we empower individuals to effortlessly convey their ideas by incorporating their personalized 3D models or choosing from our extensive content library.
Responding to the resounding feedback from the Office community, Microsoft has introduced a curated collection of our 23 3D models and 10 lesson plans. Covering diverse topics such as geology, biology, and space, these immersive models serve as invaluable tools for parents and teachers. They facilitate the swift and clear communication of easily understandable and memorable information to students. By implementing this content to a tool used by teachers worldwide, we elevated the educational experience to a comprehensive and engaging learning journey.
We are where teachers need us
It’s important to us, that teachers and students have access to scientifically proved learning materials. By enabling our partners to implement a content from our library of more than 1,500 3D models directly to their platforms and solutions, we make this content easy to discover and use. Our collaboration with Microsoft is a great example of this.
Do you offer a solution for schools or teachers? Feel free to contact us and discuss possible integration of our quality 3D content to your platform.
About the integration
We understand that one size does not fit all when it comes to content licensing. That's why we pride ourselves on offering a range of options to our partners. In this case, we delve into the dynamic world of content integration, showcasing an example of how our 3D models seamlessly find their place in the Microsoft PowerPoint. Microsoft selected a collection of specific models, and we provided a life-long license, so the users can enjoy them anytime.