This session will review Extended Reality (XR) applications, wearable devices and services which provide users augmented views (AR) of their real-world environment or virtual reality experiences (VR) perceived across multiple senses, including visual, auditory, haptic, somatosensory, and olfactory. The session will consider both the applicability of XR technologies for assistive solutions and the accessibility of mainstream XR applications for persons with disabilities.
Session Chair: Susan Mazrui, Director, Public Policy, AT&T
Shiri Azenkot, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute, Cornell Tech, Cornell University
Bill Curtis-Davidson, Senior Accessibility Manager, Magic Leap
Larry Goldberg, Senior Director, Media Accessibility, Verizon Media
Matthew Dickman, Product Safety and Compliance, Oculus