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zSpace combines elements of AR and VR to create lifelike experiences

zSpace combines elements of AR and VR to create lifelike experiences

From the metal frame of the Tracked Glasses to the lightweight form of the Follower Glasses, zSpace eyewear is essential, yet understated. Users can openly collaborate, sharing the same experience in two different views. Tracked Glasses provide a complete experience, while Follower Glasses allow peers to join in and participate.

With Follower Glasses, users can collaborate with peers at the same station. With our zView kit, users can share their zSpace screen to a secondary monitor or projector, allowing an audience or classroom to participate and view their experience. Enable zView by purchasing zView software and a kit that contains a webcam and camera mount.

Every zSpace system has two tracking sensors on the sides of the display. These sensors track your zSpace stylus and glasses. As you tilt your head to look around an object, zSpace dynamically updates to display the correct perspective in full, high-definition.

The zSpace stylus is held like a pen. With 6 degrees of freedom, users can rotate their wrist naturally as they pick up and examine objects. The buttons on the stylus perform different actions depending on the application that is open. Outside of zSpace-use, users can switch to using a mouse for other Windows applications.

zSpace AIO

Display

24” HD Display (1920×1080) with zSpace head-tracked stereo display technology

Processor

Intel i3-7300

Memory

8 GB DDR4 RAM

Graphics

Radeon Pro WX3100
Embedded GPU

Storage

256 GB SSD

Wireless

802.11 nac + BT

Camera

Webcam

Peripherals

zSpace Stylus, zSpace Eyewear (Passive stereo glasses and 2D conversion glasses), Keyboard and Mouse

Operating System

Windows 10

I/O Ports

Three USB 2.0 Ports, Two USB 3.0 Ports, Audio (R, L, M), HDMI, Ethernet, Stylus

Size and Weight

System: 17.8” H x 25.25” W x 3.3” D
Footprint: 9.5” H x 25.25” W x 20.5” D
Weight: 24.3 lbs

zSpace AIO PRO

Display

24” HD Display (1920×1080) with zSpace head-tracked stereo display technology

Processor

Intel i7-7700T

Memory

16 GB DDR4 RAM

Graphics

Radeon Pro WX3100
Embedded GPU

Storage

256 GB SSD

Wireless

802.11 nac + BT

Camera

Webcam

Peripherals

zSpace Stylus, zSpace Eyewear (Passive stereo glasses and 2D conversion glasses), Keyboard and Mouse

Operating System

Windows 10

I/O Ports

Three USB 2.0 Ports, Two USB 3.0 Ports, Audio (R, L, M), HDMI, Ethernet, Stylus

Size and Weight

System: 17.8” H x 25.25” W x 3.3” D
Footprint: 9.5” H x 25.25” W x 20.5” D
Weight: 24.3 lbs

Education Case Studies

Liberty County School System

“There’s no way a student will come into the zSpace lab and not be engaged, if not engrossed, in the learning. Liberty is a very progressive school district. We are about high student achievement, and zSpace was just right at the cutting edge of what we wanted students to use in their day-to-day learning.”

Dr. Valya S. Lee, Superintendent, Liberty County School System

Georgia’s Liberty County School System is a progressive school district that values cutting-edge technology. Liberty strives to be an education technology leader, and chose Vizitech provide 3D and virtual reality technology for the school system.

With zSpace labs and 3D Rovers, students in Liberty County can receive hands-on learning in subject areas such as science, technology, math, and even the arts. As a rural school district, purchasing new supplies every year for frog dissection, for example, was not ideal for Liberty’s budget. However, with education technology from Vizitech, students can virtually dissect frogs every year at no additional cost.

Ozark City Schools

This will allow students to visualize what you are teaching in class. Students are able to interact with the lesson. Instead of memorizing notes, students will be able to comprehend information. They are able to actually point out places to ask questions.”

Teacher, Ozark City Schools

Technology is the great equalizer, as it gives rural school districts such as Ozark City Schools in Alabama the same educational opportunities as students in large metropolitan areas. Ozark strives to be at the forefront of education technology, and Vizitech’s products gave the district that ability.

In addition to adding 3D technology to the schools, Ozark wanted to upgrade technology for the entire district. Vizitech became their technology supplier, providing 3D Rovers, zSpace desktops, computers, networking, and more.

Vizitech helped Ozark’s Carroll High School develop a 3D video creation and editing station, which enables students to create their own custom 3D videos. This project included stereoscopic 3D cameras, a 3D video editing system, and 3D workstation computers. Students wrote, videoed, edited, and created custom animation graphics, and Vizitech provided technical support for all aspects. A 2D version of the video is below.

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