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zSpace STEM Lab Awarded 3D Education Product of the Year

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Company Honored at the Fifth Annual International 3D and Advanced Imaging Society Technology Awards

LOS ANGELES, Calif. — Sept. 24, 2014 —The International 3D and Advanced Imaging Society honored nineteen companies and organizations today for “Advancing the Entertainment Industry through Technology,” during the Society’s 5th Annual Entertainment Technology and New Product Awards luncheon ceremony held at Paramount Pictures in Hollywood.

Each year, the Society recognizes outstanding international achievement in 3D & Advanced Imaging innovation and impact through its Technology & New Product Awards. The awards event focuses on the new technologies and products in the marketplace that are driving the industry forward.

“The nineteen companies honored came from brilliant teams in ten countries including the US, China, Japan, Korea, England, Wales, France, Belgium, Germany, and Canada,” said Society President Jim Chabin. “Hollywood and all of us in entertainment are being enriched by a truly global marketplace of brilliant new ideas for making our content more exciting for audiences everywhere,” he added.

zSpace was named “3D Education Product of the Year” for the zSpace STEM Lab, consisting of virtual reality desktops each outfitted with a custom interaction stylus as well as a wide variety of educational software. The desktops track head movements to provide the students with a personal and immersive virtual reality experience. Virtual holographic images can be “lifted” from the screen and manipulated with the stylus. Some applications provide multi-sensory feedback; for example, students working with a virtual heart can see the blood moving through it as well as feel it beating.

“It’s an honor to be named a Technology Award winner by The International 3D and Advanced Imaging Society for the second time in the last two years,” said Paul Kellenberger, CEO for zSpace. “These awards are a testament to our commitment to significantly advancing the way people learn, teach and communicate in today’s world.”

About the International 3D & Advanced Imaging Society
The International 3D & Advanced Imaging Society was founded by our industry's creative stakeholders, including The Walt Disney Studios, DreamWorks Animation (DWA), Sony, Paramount, IMAX, Dolby, Panasonic, MasterImage and others to advance the creative arts and sciences of the advanced imaging industry, including: stereoscopic 3D, auto stereo, 4K, UHD, High Dynamic Range, and more. With chapters in the U.S., China, Japan, Canada, the E.U. and the U.K., the organization has more than 1,800 professional members in over 20 countries. The organization hosts professional education seminars and awards throughout the world. More info is at www.international3dsociety.com

About zSpace
zSpace is a leading-edge technology provider that delivers a new way of learning with its flagship product, zSpace®. Focused on STEM education, medical instruction, corporate training and research, zSpace inspires and accelerates understanding through immersive exploration. zSpace was recently named “Cool Vendor 2014” by Gartner, Inc. and awarded “3D Education Product of the Year” by the International 3D and Advanced Imaging Society.  zSpace is a privately held, venture backed company located in Sunnyvale, CA, and has filed more than 30 patents for its innovative technologies. For more information, visit www.zspace.com, or follow on Twitter @zspace.

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zSpace STEM Lab Awarded 3D Education Product of the Year
zSpace Named a “Cool Vendor 2014” by Gartner, Inc.

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