ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – Albuquerque teachers are experiencing a different reality.

Teachers are sitting in a chair trying out a new 3-D virtual reality program by zSpace. It’s designed for S.T.E.M. subjects such as biology and engineering. You can do organ dissections without the mess or you can examine specimens from the edge of your seat.

It’s already in 50 school districts in the US.

It was brought to Albuquerque with the mission of convincing Albuquerque Public Schools to adopt it.