An extreme 3-D learner will look at the letters in a book and
become bored because the speed at witch the information is slower
than the learner requires. A 3-D learner requires something that
has depth as well as height and width, like an engine or the physical
components of a computer. A 3-D learner requires something that
can be rotated or with an illusion of depth in a picture. This is
what a 3-D learner requires in order to maintain the full attention,
imagination, and creativity required to learn.
The majority of learners are part 2-D and 3-D, but one usually
outweighs the other as the individual’s personal preference.
Neither type of learner should be penalized. The education needs
to adapt to the learners. With the aid of technology we can use
certain types of programming to create virtual reality (VR) worlds
and the illusion of 3-D environments that appear like what ever
we can imagine. These VR worlds would incorporate more of the senses
at once using video, audio, text, and the ability to look around.
We can look around space or the human body.