Hmmmm. Let’s see. How about “mesmerized, entranced, flabbergasted, engaged, amazed, inspired, astonished”? Or better yet, “simply blown away”? When asked to describe my
You see, when I think about my recent test-drive of the , which is defined by the self-titled technology provider as “a virtual reality environment for immersive exploration, visualization, and learning,” I find myself with a swirling brain full of positive adjectives that ironically render me nearly speechless. Or at least, struggling to articulate the awesomeness I witnessed with cohesive sentences that accurately encompass my understanding of this 3D educational technology.
Perhaps that’s because navigating through the zSpace System and its virtual lessons while donning 3D glasses and wielding a futuristic stylus had me feeling like wearing glasses and holding . No doubt being surrounded at ISTE by such genius innovators from zSpace also had me searching high and low for as reminded me in the distance to “Use the force.”
I used the force, all right, and I can honestly say it is potent, wondrous, and exciting. However, I’m still not sure I can completely express it. Not just yet. But assuming the old adage, “Seeing is believing,” is correct, let’s take a look.
An Introduction to “Immersive Exploration”
Here’s a quick video with no spoken words that should pique your interest quite a bit while introducing you to what zSpace calls “
Virtual Demonstrations of the zSpace System
After viewing the following virtual demonstrations of this amazing marriage between futuristic hardware and innovative software known as the zSpace System, be sure to click
The Experts Speak
The Real Experts (The Students) Speak
Still not convinced of zSpace’s educational awesomeness? Just check out the following videos that covers the partnership between zSpace and the Los Altos School District. Click
Whether I am contemplating the instructional
Even though I’m still a bit speechless after my introduction to zSpace, one thing is for sure: if “seeing is believing,” then “experiencing is knowing.”
So what do I know? That zSpace…is…awesome.
(A special thanks to l for introducing me to zSpace.)