The use of augmented, virtual and extended reality technologies enables People with Disabilities to interact with content, experiences and spaces in a manner that is free from physical and sensory obstacles. This technology offers a powerful tool for the creation of virtual spaces that are accessible to all.

Use Cases

Real time sign language interpretation using Augmented Reality

Seeing that people with hearing disabilities in the Arabic speaking world rely heavily on the use of sign language to communicate, there is a critical need for the development…

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Real time sign language interpretation using Augmented Reality in Museums

Seeing that people with hearing disabilities in the Arabic speaking world rely heavily on the use of sign language to communicate..

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Real time sign language interpretation using Augmented Reality in Retail Spaces

Seeing that people with hearing disabilities in the Arabic speaking world rely heavily on the use of sign language to communicate..

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Providing a Flight Journey Experience through Virtual Reality

For people living with Autism, particularly children, flying can be an overwhelming experience. Being in confined loud spaces for a long time can be very unpleasant. To familiarize people living…

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Use of AR to activate Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC) symbols, such as Tawasol

Seeing that people with communication disabilities rely heavily on the use of AAC symbols to communicate…

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