Why use Simulation for Learning?

A simulation is a representation of a real-world system. It has been recognized as an invaluable tool in education and skill training. It has been widely adopted in flight schools, military, hospitals, and corporations. Interactive simulation is especially effective because students can learn the cause-and-effect relationships by associating their actions with the outcomes. Through such interactions and observations, students develop a strong sense of curiosity that intrinsically motivates deeper learning of the subject matter. Since simulation parameters can be modified, students learn to generate and test various scenarios and hypotheses. These activities can help promote the development of analytical and scientific skills.   

Computers are the ideal platform for running simulations that are based upon a variety of subjects including physics, chemistry, biology, psychology, economics, and engineering. Many phenomena that are difficult or hazardous to study in class, such as nuclear reactions, can be studied using simulation. With the availability of user-friendly mobile devices, students can study these simulations anywhere. Our goal is to improve science education by providing a stimulating, thought-provoking, and enjoyable way to learn science conveniently.

About Us

We develop computer simulations, animations, games and models for both scientific research and education. We are based in Toronto, Canada, one of the most beautiful and culturally vibrant cities in the world.