Cyber Science 3D by Vived Learning release

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From the Cyber Science 3D website:

"Cyber Science 3D is a 3D interactive science software for learning and exploring human anatomy, botany, zoology, earth science, microbiology, chemistry, engineering, and paleontology."


Cyber Science 3D is now available via the zSpace App Manager.

Model Pack for release 5.2.2765.1: Model Pack 2765

Model Pack update

When Cyber Science is installed using the zSpace App Manager, most models required by Cyber Science are installed.  Normally, model updates are downloaded directly from Vived Learning when opened for the first time.  However, if you use the product offline or have a poor internet connection, models which have not been updated will show an empty scene.  To resolve this, you can download the Model Pack which contains the complete set of updated models.

Installation Instructions for model pack

  1. Install or update Cyber Science to the most recent version using zSpace App Manager.
  2. Download the model pack zip file.
  3. On your PC, using Windows File Explorer, browse to C:\ProgramData\CyberScience\Cooler_CS.
  4. Copy all the contents from the zip file CyberScienceModels folder to C:\ProgramData\CyberScience\Cooler_CS. Overwrite any files if prompted.

Version History

Version 5.2.2765

  • Hardware platform setting preference is now remembered when switching between users on the same domain. This is the radio button you selected to enable zSpace mode.

Version 5.2.2744

  • Models now have updated labels when changing languages
  • Cell Membrane now correctly named
  • Deep preview image has been updated
  • Eye model now shows veins and arteries. Groups have been removed due to not being set up correctly.

Version 5.2.2638

  • zView is now supported
  • Enabling zView no longer causes the application window to go from fullscreen to windowed mode.
  • Clicking on zView on the second display while in fullscreen no longer causes the application to minimize.
  • Cyber Science window no longer minimizes after launching zView from fullscreen.
  • Cyber Science stream on zView is no longer distorted when auto launched.
  • UI and models no longer disappear when enabling zSpace without glasses on.
  • When the application is launched with the regular Cyber Science 3D.exe, zSpace and Stereoscopic modes are not available in Settings.
  • Stereoscopic 3D background is now the same as Desktop and zSpace.
  • Stereoscopic 3D GUI will not become detached from edges anymore.
  • zView augmented mode: overlay size will now change between windowed and fullscreen modes.
  • Author mode slide text now scrolls on a single line instead of shrinking the text.
  • Viewer mode label match: answers can no longer be deleted in the middle of a slide show.
  • zView enablement in Settings window is now stored.
  • There is now a prompt in the Settings window when zView is not installed.
  • T.Rex model’s skin parts will now become hidden when set to hidden.
  • Reordering slides are triggered more easily due to a shorter time needed to hold the stylus or mouse button down.
  • Cotton model has been republished with a newer version.
  • Clicking the X in the upper right corner now checks and prompts for unsaved changes.
  • Fixed Open Session: saved sessions will now open into correct slide scene state.

Cyber Science 3D 5.x installation instructions

  • The login information is per user. As long as Cyber Science 3D has been logged into and license activated, each user of the PC does not need to log into Cyber Science to be able to use application.
  • Enabling zSpace. Each unique user of a PC will need to enable zSpace

Please follow our guide here for installing the new Cyber Science 3D. The installation does remove prior versions of Cyber Science 3D and does include all models.

Cyber Science connectivity test:

Provided by Cyber Science

This will run a test to see if the application can connect to the required databases and servers online. It will display a log on the right side and the result of the test on the left-hand side. If either test fails, then the application is not able to connect properly, likely due to proxy or firewall issues.

There are 3 versions of this test; basic .exe, .exe with OpenGL, and the web-based version. Each of these are the same tests ran in a different environment. Only one of the options needs to be selected. The basic .exe is the recommended version to select. The web test is a quickest and simplest but it has been reported that some schools may pass the web test then fail the local test.

Basic .exe:

Exe with OpenGL:


If the connectivity test fails to connect to any of the listed URLs, contact your network administrator and ask for either the below URLs OR web ports to be opened on your network.




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