An investigation of the potential of virtual reality as a learning platform for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
This project was completed in collaboration with an Occupational Therapist and the intended user, Abey, a 12 year old boy with Cerebral Palsy who is unable to use a mouse, keyboard, or voice control to access a computer.
This project was completed in collaboration with Tech Kids Unlimited (TKU) and the NY Transit Museum. The goal was to teach TKU students to create a 360-degree video/VR experience to teach others the basic steps and social rules of riding the subway using MTA's Courtesy Counts campaign.
Voyages is a tangible user interface which allows students to think like historians by taking a virtual journey back in time to actively investigate the past.