The Lifeliqe app’s content is constantly growing. Surely you already know that we are adding some new models to our libraries a couple of times a year. As the number of models rises, it’s more and more easy to leave some of the new ones unnoticed. To help you stay up to date with all our new additions, we have decided to start a new rubric on our blog about the (not only) recently published content. Since now, you will always find tips and links to our new or interesting models which might be great to use in your lessons! Here we go with the first five models from the latest release of our online app, together with links that will redirect you to them:
Observe Zika virus transmission
If you ask people about the most dangerous animals in the world, for sure only few would say “a mosquito”. These tiny buzzing animals are so unpopular because of their capability of ruining nicely spent evenings and nights. But the unpleasant biting is not their biggest danger. In many parts of the world, they are the main transmitters of different awful or even deadly diseases! One of them is the Zika virus, occurring especially in tropical latitudes. See the Vector-Borne Transmission Cycle model and observe how its transmission by a mosquito happens! The model was made in cooperation with Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District. Currently we are preparing more models related to the topic and also soon an article on our blog!
Do you know what does the Faraday cage look like?
This term is well-known from the Physics lessons, however not everybody can imagine it! Search in the Physics library for the Faraday cage model and observe whether it would protect the human in it from the deadly electric discharge. Moreover, the Physics library is growing reaaaly fast. Check the rest of our new models!
Terrifying ancient spider
If you are afraid of spiders, the following model probably won’t cheer you up a lot. Present-day spiders are cute adorable creatures in comparison with Electroblemma, the extinct spider species from the Cretaceous age. This model is just for the bold ones!
Freezing made visible
As our app aims to visualize things hidden to human eye, this might be an excellent example of it! Everybody knows how ice looks like, but how is it being formed? Open the Phase Transition – Freezing model and find out with your students!
The secret of nanofiber
For sure you’ve heard about the tiny unlovely dust mites, hidden in our pillows. To protect us from breathing them in during the night, special Nanofiber Anti-Dust Mite Bedding was invented. In this deep zoom you will be able to see the microstructure of nanofiber and maybe also a dust mite trapped inside of the pillow!
Wanna see more our new models? Just check out our web app and write us which one like you best!