Education company visit Dunham School to teach STEM through virtual reality

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Students at The Dunham School got a chance to get hands on learning through virtual reality with educational company, zSpace.

The Silicon Valley education company zSpace has developed augmented and virtual reality technology (AR/VR) featuring AR/VR computers and laptops with educational software to support STEM curriculum as well as art and social studies programs.

Dunham Middle School and Upper School students took some time out of the regular classroom to work in the mobile classroom .

Students had the opportunity to interact with the zSpace computer using a stylus and tracking glasses, showcasing students to life and manipulate virtual objects from the screen and really understand the science behind them.

Unlike head-mounted virtual reality gear, the zSpace technology enables interaction and group collaboration and empowers students to “learn by doing in an environment where it is easy to undo mistakes, make changes and not worry about safety or cleanup. 

ZSpace travels to schools around the country to demonstrate the latest in AR/VR-based learning experiences in its zSpace Mobile Classroom.

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