The World’s First AR/VR Laptop for Experiential Learning

zSpace has developed the world’s first AR/VR laptop for experiential learning. zSpace is a technology firm based in Sunnyvale, California. The computer combines elements of AR and VR to create lifelike experiences that are immersive and interactive. It is targeted at school children and lets them easily interact with augmented reality or virtual reality content.


zSpace’s patented 3D screen technology and glasses give the user depth perception and 6-degrees of freedom that lets you pick up items ‘off the screen’ and move them in 3D space. Tracking sensors in the laptop track the users’ hand and head movements and adjusts the viewing perspective in 3D to allow for a more immersive learning experience.

zSpace VR/AR Laptop

“The computing experience has mostly remained unchanged since the introduction of the mouse and touchscreen in the 1980s. With zSpace technology, we are totally reinventing the capabilities of personal computers by eliminating the barrier between our eyes and the content we interact with, allowing for complete immersion in games and incredibly interactive apps for education, ecommerce, enterprise, and more,” said Zspace CEO Paul Kellenberger. “Our Zspace laptop PC packs all of the awesome capabilities afforded by our award-winning desktop into a cost-effective and compact, take-anywhere form factor.”