Behind the Magic of zSpace
zSpace combines elements of AR and VR to create lifelike experiences
that are immersive and interactive.
Not your average computer
As a hardware and software solution, zSpace delivers a stunning interactive experience by integrating the latest AR/VR technology in an all-in-one computer and laptop. zSpace utilizes three sensory characteristics to create a natural and intuitive product.
Perception of Depth
Ability to Look Around
The freedom to move and interact
Every zSpace system has tracking built into 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.
Lightweight and sleek eyewear
From the metal frame of the Tracked Glasses to the lightweight form of the Follower Glasses, zSpace eyewear is essential, yet understated. Tracked Glasses provide a complete experience, while Follower Glasses allow peers to join in and participate.
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.
unlocks the 3D magic of zSpace
Every zSpace system has tracking
built into the display
The zSpace stylus allows you to bring objects out of the screen as if they were real objects
Our Tracked Glasses work in conjunction with the zSpace Tracking System to
provide the user with an interactive AR/VR experience.
Follower Glasses allow others to join in and participate for a collaborative experience.
You get a personalized and realistic view because zSpace tracking knows when you are looking around, under or over a virtual object.
With the zSpace stylus, users can rotate their wrist naturally as they pick up and examine objects. The buttons on the stylus perform different actions depending on the zSpace application you are using.