When it’s time for the dissection unit in biology class, instead of prepping tiny instruments, putting on white coats and popping pieces of gum into their mouths to quell nausea, the one million students at 1,000 different schools globally who use zSpace virtual reality technology can instead don a pair of glasses, pick up a stylus and turn on their monitor. Within minutes, they’re waving that stylus through the air, dissecting not a frog, but an interactive virtual human heart.
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“What I really like about the ACS team is that they don’t over-engineer so that we’re not waiting two, three or four times the amount of time to get something done. And if we make a mistake, we go back, modify it and we adjust, which is the nature of a startup.” Joe Powers, CFO, zSpace, Inc.