RezMela™
Where virtual learning environments emerge at the speed of your imagination

By: deepsemaphore website | January 14, 2014

portable home hemodyalisis machine
portable home hemodyalisis machine

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By: deepsemaphore website | January 14, 2014

Exam room devices
Exam room devices

We've been putting some though into designing as many virtual medical instruments as possible for health care training scenarios.

By: deepsemaphore website | January 13, 2014

Medical devices
Medical devices

Adding more content to support virtual learning scenarios taking place in hospitals

By: deepsemaphore website | January 13, 2014

Bridge and crane
Bridge and crane

Adding some large scale features that will be useful for scenarios that may need them.

Category: Library Content 

Tags: Infrastructure 

By: deepsemaphore website | January 13, 2014

Construction Equipmen
Construction Equipment

We have added a set of tractors, fork lift trucks and other similar equipment to the RezMela library. These may come handy in scenarios involving construction sites.

By: deepsemaphore website | January 13, 2014

Water treatment plant
Water treatment plant

We create this scenario item based on the floor plan of a typical small sized bore hole water treatment plant.


Water treatment plant exterior
Water treatment plant exterior

Signage that goes on the doors, outside the water treatment plant building.

Category: Library Content 

Tags: Water treatment 

By: deepsemaphore website | January 13, 2014

Fast food joint
Fast food joint

Building an eatery to be used as scenario primitive

Category: Library Content 

Tags: Fast food joint 

By: deepsemaphore website | January 10, 2014

Patient Exam Room
Patient Exam Room

We are continuously adding new content to the RezMela library. This recent addition is a 3D model of a typical patient exam room.

By: deepsemaphore website | November 06, 2013

Common containers with NFPA symbols

Please not this snapshot is a designer snapshot which had not been vetted by the education specialist yet. For example, the NFPA symbols are used here inappropriately, these are more typically used for static constructs e.g. buildings, they are probably never used for train wagons/cars or other structures expected to move.