Using Virtual Reality To Open Doors For Those With Disabilities

In VR-focused webinars, I often get asked about accessibility. While not 508-compliant, Virtual Reality has opened doors in other ways by allowing people to go where they simply otherwise could not go, whether that's because of physical disabilities, location, or cost.

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