zSpace applications support teaching a wide range of learning objectives and bring the magic of zSpace to different careers and industries.
The zSpace Learning Applications package includes:
Newton's Park: allows students to run or create their own experiments to deepen their knowledge of Newtonian Mechanics. Students can build simulations while interacting with data.
Franklin's Lab: guides students through electricity concepts and troubleshooting faulty circuits. Students can follow guided activities and repair broken switches and motors in Workbench mode.
Curie's Elements: allows students to explore a periodic table with Bohr and atomic models for each element. Students can also build elements by adding protons, neutrons, and electrons.
Euclid's Shapes: offers activities with math manipulatives and provides teachers with a guide to math learning. Students learn with Base-10 blocks, Square Tiles, Fraction Bars, and more.