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Virtual reality to assist people with intellectual disabilities real world way finding

Virtual reality to assist people with intellectual disabilities real world way finding

New places can be confusing. Particularly places like airports and train stations that provide no small a dose of anxiety for unfamiliar travellers. Additional confidence from prior knowledge gained through virtual reality familiarisation videos contributes to reduce some of those anxieties. For people with intellectual disabilities, having this prior knowledge, customised in the way they like to experience a place, improves their capacity to enjoy that experience.

Health
  • Accessibility
  • Health
  • Intellectual Disabilities
  • Training
  • Virtual Reality
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