As a one-stop shop for software development-on-demand, 3DVC takes pride in helping customers reduce their time-to-market, lowering their cost of development and improving their time-to-revenue.

In addition, 3DVC works with a number of Community Partners to promote the ongoing development of its reserch and business community.

3D Virtual Crafting has an ongoing partnerships/projects with the following organizations:

    • Avaya
    • Gronstedt
    • Carleton University, Ottawa
    • Nipissing University, North Bay
    • Algonquin College, Ottawa
    • Calgary Catholic School Board, Calgary
    • Upper Canada District School Board, Brockville
    • Bogazici University, Turkiye
    • Leeds University, UK
    • Ottawa University, Ottawa
    • Ronald McDonald House, Ottawa




 "The virtual environment developed by 3DVirtual crafting allowed our health and social care students to learn with, from and about each other and practice their professional roles as health in a realistic virtual environment. We are overwhelmed by the number of students that want to participate in the second iteration of this project. This project could not have been a success without the dedication and expertise of Nuket Nowlan and her team. I couldn't be more pleased with the technical support that she offered us"

Eleanor Riesen RN, PhD CPsych Professor BScN Collaborative Program Algonquin College/University of Ottawa

 "Representing complex archaeological relationships in a 3d immersive simulation presented numerous challenges. Nuket Nowlan and her team developed a workflow for us and managed the project. We were able to go from concept to a working simulation that I used to teach students about how archaeological knowledge is created and represented, in a matter of a few short months. The success of the project is entirely due to Nuket. I am very happy to work with Nuket and her team on a second iteration of this project, as we incorporate more kinds of archaeological data into the simulation."

Shawn Graham, Assistant Professor - History Department, Carleton University

 "The Carleton Virtual project could not exist without the leadership, skills, and enthusiasm found in 3DVC. The company combines advanced research results with proven industry standards, and is a perfect example of how university research can lead to and connect with industry and young professionals."

Ali Arya, Associate Professor, Carleton University

 "Virtual 3D Crafting was integral to making our project a success! They were very responsive to our needs in the creation and sustainability of our virtual world. The staff was very committed to our project and this was evident in the quality of support they provided."

Michelle Morley RN, MScN Simulation Lab Coordinator Algonquin College