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CAS Interactive 3D community

This community focuses on technology enabling digital interactive 3D experiences. This community is brought to you with our friends, the Epic Education Program team at Epic Games.

This community will schedule a programme of events across the year covering the exciting world of ‘interactive 3D’; the group will have the broad aims of:

  • providing professional development on the use of Unreal Engine in schools
  • signpost and engage with free Epic Education Program initiatives modified for UK schools
  • encourage community-driven co-creation and sharing of resources around interactive 3D in schools

On this main community page, you can book onto upcoming events and see our community notification board.

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  1. CAS Thematic Session Agenda.pdf Upload date: 18/04/2024

Working Group: CAS Interactive 3D community

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Steven Isaacs
20/05/2024 15:41

Hi All!
I would like to invite you to join our Epic Educator Discord server

The community has over 4000 members interested in bringing Unreal Engine, Fortnite Creative, Twinmotion, Unreal Editor for Fortnite and our other tools into the classroom. Great place to connect with other educators!


Becci Peters
20/05/2024 14:49

See the value in interactive 3D, but don’t know where to start? Try the Epic Educator Accelerator workshop! Learn how to effectively bring interactive 3D into your classroom with a professional development course that’s made just for you. The Epic Educator Accelerator shows secondary school teachers how to integrate a curated set of Epic tools into their classroom. This includes sessions on Unreal Engine, Fortnite Creative, Unreal Editor for Fortnite (UEFN), Twinmotion, RealityScan, and MetaHuman Creator. The Epic Educator Accelerator: Summer 2024 will run virtually on Aug 19-23, Monday- Friday, 10:00 am- 5:00 pm Sign up here

Becci Peters
18/04/2024 19:09

If you missed tonight’s session about getting started with Unreal Engine for Fortnite, here is a blog post including link to the recording: Getting started with Epic's Unreal Editor for Fortnite - Interactive 3D Community Meeting Download the free resources here: Getting started in Unreal Editor for Fortnite

Becci Peters
16/04/2024 15:32

On Thursday at 4 pm I’ll be joined by Rebecca Franks for an introduction to Unreal Editor for Fortnite.

Explore our new enrichment resources that will support your learners in getting started in Unreal Editor for Fortnite. In the enrichment sessions, learners can design their own 3D world and personalise it with their own objects, they can then make a fun collectable game.
Sign up here: Getting started in Unreal Editor for Fortnite

Becci Peters
27/03/2024 15:25

Secondary Educators: The application for Epic’s ONLINE Summer Epic Educator Accelerator is now open!

This is a free online intensive Professional Development opportunity. 5 full days of immersion in Unreal Engine and the Epic Ecosystem.

Apply now. Spots are limited for each cohort. August 19-23

Marta Bronowicka
20/02/2024 11:53

There’s still time to register for the Epic Secondary Educator summit taking place online this Saturday 24 February from 4pm-9.30pm (GMT). A diverse group of educators will share the great work they’re doing integrating interactive 3D technology into their learning spaces.

Read more and find out how to register here - Epic Secondary Educator Summit- Feb 2024 | Tutorial

Becci Peters
12/12/2023 14:57

Anyone who missed the session last week and wants to know how to use the software, see the recording here:

Becci Peters
20/11/2023 14:58

There are 10 days left to enter the Rube Goldberg 10-pin challenge! Find out more here
If you’re interested but this time scale is too short, sign up to our next event and learn how to use the software to enter next year

Steven Isaacs
20/11/2023 14:35

We do have an offline installer option for Unreal Engine which may please the IT team as it doesn’t require students to login and I don’t believe it requires access to the command line.


Laura James
21/09/2023 12:33

Hi all,
Any tips on getting Unreal Engine installed on a school network? After months of trying my IT team said that they couldn’t install Unity (as it needed access to the cmd line.)
Is Unreal Engine “safer”?
(Sorry for silly question but I don’t want to spend a lot of time learning a platform that we can’t use!)

Michael Jones
30/08/2023 16:19

Count me in. Need to address this area.


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