View your child’s schoolwork in a whole new way
SCHOOLS across the country will be able to showcase their pupils’ work to parents in a whole new interactive way thanks to an invention from a former Dinnington Comprehensive School pupil.
Joe York, of North Anston, has created the world’s first virtual 3D gallery, which allows students to create a personalised display of their work that parents can then view on their mobile phones, tablets and computers.
The software also allows parents to leave comments on their children’s work.
Mr York said: “Our 3D Space showcases students’ work in a way that has never been seen before.
“Our main aim is to connect schools, students and parents through creativity and offer something that sparks imagination, is fun to create and is completely different.
“We hope it encourages children to be more interested in art, engages parents and brings schools and their community closer together.”
For more information visit www.our3dspace.com
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