Annotations as Quiz?


(Media Center for Art History) #1

Hi All,

We've recently had a talented student create a model for use in one of our core classes: https://sketchfab.com/models/8d3217a8a989485bace7f0fb4a231815. This is effectively replacing an old flash-based study guide with the equivalent of annotations for definitions. I think the annotations work great as they are, but I was wondering if there would be any interest by the dev team and in the community for creating a quiz out of annotations - i.e. clicking on an annotation prompts the viewer to name the architectural term or something of that nature. I could see this being useful for a variety of scenarios and education levels and wanted to put the idea out there.

Thanks!


(Shaderbytes) #2

you can do something like this using the viewer API.


#3

Yeah, the Annotation Sync example could be useful for you:

https://labs.sketchfab.com/experiments/annotations-sync/


(Media Center for Art History) #4

Thanks for the suggestions, I'll certainly dig in and check it out. I meant the post more as an idea for someone who would not be able to set things up using the API themselves. If there was a GUI similar to the adding of annotations themselves it could be more accessible to users like educators and students without scripting experience.

Thanks!


(Jon Russell) #5

Hi Myles,

Like your work and like your idea of a quiz/questionnaire feature. I like it so much that I have started working on the code. I downloaded your model and will put it on the website with a simple 'Click on the...' quiz. Clicking on the correct annotation will show a green tick. I will send you an update and the link in a few days.

Jon


(Jon Russell) #6

Myles,

Is this what you wanted for the architecture stuff?

http://www.3d-knowledge.com/quiz-test.html


(Media Center for Art History) #7

Hi Jon,

Thanks very much for the links, that does look very close to what we have pictured as an option for the quiz. You have quite a lovely site there. I'll be sending it to others in my office to see what they think, but to me it looks great.

Thanks!