Augmented Reality (AR) applications, wearable devices and services provide users with a live direct or indirect view of their physical, real-world environment whose perceived elements can be “augmented” across multiple senses, including visual, auditory, haptic, somatosensory, and olfactory. After reviewing several existing AR applications, this session will discuss how AR technologies will further contribute to the development of new assistive solutions for seniors and persons with disabilities.

Session Chair: Paul Schroeder, Director Public Policy & Strategic Alliances, Aira Tech Corp.


Simon Dermer, Managing Director, eSSENTIAL Accessibility
Denis Kuleshov, Director, Laboratory Sensor-Tech (Russian Federation)
Matthew Terrell, Business Development Manager- North America, Spectral Edge LTD

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