Z Space AR Computing for Learning

Iona Johnson has been using the interactive, 3D display Z-space to allow students to intuitively understand human anatomy. The Z-space display uses 3D display/glasses combined with a sensor that acts as a head and remote tracker that allows it to adjust to the perspective of the user and interact with the remote. With this technology, users are able to tangibly interact with 3D objects that are intuitively displayed to them in. This technology has been revolutionary for the study of anatomy as it allows learners to deconstruct anatomy, manipulating it and visualizing it with a ground-breaking 3D simulation.

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Mueck, Christopher*