SimKraft allows youto become the engineer as you design, stabilize, and deform your own creations to see how the loads are distributed. We invite you to experiment with the basics of Finite Element Analysis in a simple and interactive way. Build bridges, stick figures, or anything you can imagine and see how it will warp. Come and learn what simulation has to offer in this fun and educational app.
CABIN COMFORT FOR CARDBOARD VR
Cabin Comfort brings you into the front seat of innovation by allowing you to experience airflow simulations within a concept car. The cabin comfort app demonstrates how SIMULIA simulations provide accurate cabin flow, temperature, and acoustical data in order to craft the ideal passenger experience for vehicles of today, and for innovations of tomorrow. Download the app and experience what is possible with simulation today.
Living Heart for Cardboard VR
The Living Heart Experience for Google Cardboard provides viewers with the opportunity to explore and interact with the Living Heart Human Model in 3D using an immersive Cardboard viewer. This Experience provides a glimpse into the future of medicine where cardiovascular experts can explore treatment options, educate their patients, or study the efficacy of new medical devices and predict reliability under real-world conditions. Simply download the Google Cardboard and Living Heart Model apps and use Google Cardboard to experience the demo.
SimCrush is a mobile app where you can experience real Abaqus simulations in a fun and novel way. In the app, overlay preset images or your own and watch your images deform over the surfaces. Be creative and crush your selfies! SimCrush is designed to be fun and entertaining while allowing users to experience non-linear simulation. This mobile app can be used by anyone however students and engineers involved in STEM will find this app interesting and fun!
TEACHERS AT DASSAULT SYSTÈMES (TADS) Program
The TADS (Teachers at Dassault Systemes) program, established in 2013, is part of a corporate engagement commitment to promote Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education. The three main goals of the program are to Educate Teachers by providing first-hand knowledge about STEM careers, to Educate Students by enabling teachers to create learning modules for the classroom, and to Educate Communities by increasing awareness of Dassault Systèmes within the local public school communities. During a 6-week internship at SIMULIA, TADS teachers create curriculum modules that can be used in their classrooms and shared with other teachers.
To download TADS classroom material visit the TADS webpage.