Accessibility and VR
Chris Lewis

What’s your take on the deaf/hard of hearing crowd? How do you think parents who don’t hear will feel immersing themselves in VR with kids strolling around the house? Will VR ever be truly immersive for this group as they’d need to (as I have countlessly experienced) escape their VR experience to respond to needs of friends/family around them.

I’m also working on a senior capstone for New Media Design. We’re using Google Daydream and need to ensure accessibility in the experience of the device. Any suggestions would be great :]

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