The zSpace mobile classroom, combining augmented reality and virtual reality, visited Bernard Campbell Middle School and Mason Elementary on May 18. This mobile classroom allowed students to experience STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education in a new and exciting way by creating engagement through exploration and experiential learning.
Students interacted with the zSpace computers using a stylus and tracking glasses, allowing students to lift and manipulate virtual objects from the screen and better understand the science behind them. Unlike other virtual reality solutions, such as head-mounted displays, zSpace enables interaction and group collaboration. Students are also empowered to “learn by doing” in an environment where it is easy to undo mistakes, make changes — without worrying about safety or clean up.