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Mattias Bostrom, Sensavis director of product development, prepares to give a demonstration of Sensavis 3D educational software in Las Vegas Wednesday, May 21, 2014. Sensavis, a Swedish education company, is promoting their "3D classroom," which allows students to interact with subjects like human anatomy, math, science and geography in a realistic virtual environment.

Steve Marcus

Mattias Bostrom, Sensavis director of product development, prepares to give a demonstration of Sensavis 3D educational software in Las Vegas Wednesday, May 21, 2014. Sensavis, a Swedish education company, is promoting their "3D classroom," which allows students to interact with subjects like human anatomy, math, science and geography in a realistic virtual environment.