Lifeliqe and Corinth are sister companies working together to modernise contemporary education. And not only in the Czech Republic, but all over the world. They are expanding their scope in a new type of education. Their 3D models are used for teaching children and students, but also for job retraining of adults.
Corinth is the publisher of the interactive 3D teaching aids we wanted to have when we were kids. It is one of the most innovative education companies in the world and is changing the way we learn today. Working alongside strong partners and top universities, using cutting-edge technology, and in collaboration with thousands of schools around the world, it is fulfilling its dream of making learning more effective and fun. Corinth's software is designed to support learning in secondary and upper primary schools. It contains more than 1,500 teaching materials in the form of 3D models, animations and simulations in science education.
Since 2015, Lifeliqe has been one of the leaders in educational innovation, especially in 3D, VR and AR. Lifeliqe teaching tools and apps are now used in more than 120 countries. This is also thanks to the partnership with our Czech sister company Corinth and a number of other partners who have integrated the content into their own solutions (digital textbooks, online courses, etc.).
From 2021, using interactive content in 3D or virtual and augmented reality, it will retrain workers in the USA, specifically in the state of Nevada.
"Lifeliqe's virtual content, which is an integral part of Nevada's economic recovery, helps adults prepare for key industries of the future through certification programs," explains Tammy Westergard, SANDI project manager and former chief librarian for the state of Nevada.