To ZSpace and beyond!

Delaware Valley Elementary students learn about school's new virtual reality program

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  • Dylan Saturno with students, from left: Brielle Spears, Vidhi Patel, Taylor Spears, Hayden Opitz, and Emma Smith (Photo by Peg Snure)

  • Vidhi Patel interviewing Mr. Dylan Saturno

— DVE-News/TV reporter Vidhi Patel interviewed Dylan Saturno, network technician for the Delaware Valley School District, on the DVE-News/TV morning program.

She spoke with him about the new ZSpace program in place in the district. Saturno explained that it's a virtual reality computer that can view models of different things, such as the human body, its skeleton and muscles.

3D glasses can be used with a special pen that allows you to move objects around and look behind them. It can also be viewed on the smartboard for whole-class applications while one student is on the 3D computer.

Saturno also briefly spoke about the new 3D printer.

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