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Shuttle and zSpace Create Virtual Reality Tools

Shuttle Computer Group and zSpace® have teamed up to create a desktop virtual reality solution used in K-12 schools and universities.
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Shuttle Computer Group and zSpace® have teamed up to create a desktop virtual reality solution used in K-12 schools and universities. 

zSpace’s immersive virtual reality environment offers over 250 STEM lesson plans and activities for educators to use with their students. Virtual-holographic images can be “lifted” from the screen and manipulated with the stylus. Some applications provide multi-sensory feedback; for example, students working with a virtual heart can see it pumping, hear it, and feel it beating. 

Due to the heavy graphic requirements of 3D applications, some zSpace displays need intensive computing power. Typically, they used large computers which took up a lot of desk space. With Shuttle, zSpace offers their customers a solution with a much smaller footprint without risking performance. 

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