ProBility Media and Industrial 3D have formed a Joint Venture:
Proility Immersive Technologies
Our Joint Venture specializes in creating virtual reality and interactive media content for the skilled trades for both ProBility’s educational offerings as well as custom production work to support customers’ in-house training programs. With the joint venture, we have a library of intellectual property that encompasses over 200 animations applicable to industries it already serves and enables ProBility to offer expanded subscription services to employers for training and education in the energy and industrial sectors for the first time.
About ProBility Media Corp:
ProBility Media Corp. is an EdTech company building the first full-service training and career advancement brand for the skilled trades. Through its divisions Brown Technical Media Corp., Brown Technical Publications Inc., Brown Book Shop, Inc., National Electrical Wholesale Providers, W Marketing, One Exam Prep, LLC, ProBility Safety Academy and its partnership with Globalsim Inc., ProBility is executing a disruptive strategy of defragmenting the skilled trades training market place by offering high quality training courses and materials and preparing the workforce for excellence. ProBility services customers from the tradesman to the small business to the enterprise level corporation
About Industrial 3D:
Industrial3D was born from the dreams and hobbies of one man, Beau Brown. Beau began creating 3D animations in his spare time while working for a major drilling contractor in the oil and gas industry.
A veteran of the Marine Corp., Beau possessed the resourcefulness and persistence to learn a technology that very few individuals were even aware existed when he first began experimenting with 3D animations back in 1995.
Eventually, a member of management saw an animation of a pressure relief valve created by Beau. As his skills grew, he began creating more technically complex 3D animations and illustrations involving oil and gas related topics and equipment. His hobby soon turned into his full time job. Once he had developed his core animation skills, he began creating animations for clients in industries outside of oil and gas.
In 2002, Beau pushed the technology and training envelope by creating Industrial3D. His 3D animations aided CNN and other major media news outlets in worldwide coverage of the Deepwater Horizon tragedy. His creative animation skills combined with his technical expertise of the oil and gas industry helped others gain a better understanding of the disaster occurring over a mile beneath the ocean’s surface.
The company continues to evolve and is now comprised of a team of individuals with decades of experience as CAD designers and animators in industrial related fields.