You may have up to 2 people on a team but teams and individuals will compete against each other within each grade grouping. Regardless of the length of the project, judging time is 15 minutes. Judges may only view a portion of the actual project.
Judges will use the 3D Modeling category rubric as a guideline for exemplary characteristics of projects in this category. Students should use the rubric as a guide for what judges are looking for.
Example of student-created 3D model (SketchUp):
Additional examples of 3D models and modeling:
- 3DTin Tutorial
- ArchitectStudio3D gives students a means to expand their knowledge of architecture and the design process, providing a firm foundation for 3D architecture. In the process, they get to learn about Frank Lloyd Wright and his innovative work.
- GollyGee Activity Guide
- Lego Digital Designer: Basic Tutorial(YouTube video)
- Lego Digital Designer Archive of user creations
- Forum: Learn LightWave (videos)
- Why LightWave? (YouTube Video)
- Autodesk Maya: Customer Case Studies
- Autodesk Maya: Education Community
- Rhinoceros 3D Gallery
- Simply Maya: Training & Tutorials
- SketchUp K12 Case Studies
- Sketchup Basics (YouTube Videos):
- Basics for K-12:
- Teach Kids how to Code, Make Apps and 3-D Models With These Tools (via The Digital Shift)
- TinkerCad Gallery