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Re: [EXT] Vr accessibility guidance?


From: Cyndi Rowland
Date: Sep 18, 2020 1:06PM

You may want to visit with Larry Goldberg who is the head of accessibility at Verizon Media. Two years ago, he initiated a meeting of folks interested in and doing augmented, virtual, and mixed reality work to make sure accessibilty is part of what is going on. I know some of this was put on the XR Resource page<https://xraccess.org/resources/>.

Good luck!

Cyndi Rowland, Ph.D., Executive Director
WebAIM; National Center on Disability and Access to Education
Center for Persons with Disabilities
Utah State University
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Subject: [EXT] [WebAIM] Vr accessibility guidance?

Hello team, is anyone doing VR? Any tips and guidelines to share?

*Itzel McClaren*
PwC | *Digital Learning Manager*
*Digital accelerator, Accessibility champion*
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