zView Release Info

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zView provides a way to share the zSpace experience with others. Normally, only the person at the zSpace display experiences the application in stereoscopic 3D. On the zSpace display, observers will see the left and right eye images instead of a single fused 3D image. zView addresses this problem by capturing the zSpace experience in a separate window. zView enables you to project a user’s experience with zSpace onto a second monitor or screen. You will need an external USB web camera to capture the zSpace session.

System Requirements

  • zView is not supported on the zSpace Laptop
  • Webcam which supports HD resolutions (1080x720 or 1920x1080)
  • zView enabled application


zView is now available via the zSpace App Manager.

Installation and Set up

The zView Users Guide will walk you through the entire zView installation and setup process after connecting the zView Armature.

Release Info:

Version 4.5.1

  • Adding Turkish to available languages drop-down.


  • zView must be installed on every zSpace for proper use of the zSpace learning application's Record function.  zView does not need to be licensed on every zSpace. It should be licensed only on the station within the lab which will be used to project the zSpace experience. 
  • Spanish localization added.
  • Native full-screen behavior restored.
  • Various bug fixes, including:
    • Fixed zView not saving calibration settings in some environments.


  • Fullscreen option in zView has been disabled. Using F11 now maximizes the zView window.
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    What's the "zView"?

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    Scott Whitacre

    zView is an application which allows you to screen share your zSpace screen onto another screen so others can see what you are seeing.


    The videos on the above link will help.

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    Christian Reeves

    Is the 3d Science a zview enabled application. or is there a version that is and a version that isnt?

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    Scott Whitacre


    Yes and yes. Cyber Science is zView enabled. But because of the changes we had to make to zView, you will need to make sure you are always running the most updated version of zView. For Cyber Science, you will need to launch and setup zView before launching Cyber Science.