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Virtual Reality Playtesting: People with Disabilities in San Francisco Bay Area

Are you interested in testing a new virtual reality experience?

The Disability Visibility Project® is organizing a series of virtual reality playtests with people with disabilities in the San Francisco Bay Area on Tuesday, October 17, 2017, 10 am-4 pm, at the Ed Roberts Campus, Berkeley, CA.

We are testing certain accessibility features and looking for participants who identify in any of these three groups:

-Wheelchair users

-People with limited hand or arm mobility who can stand

-People who are Deaf or hard of hearing

Important details:

  • Participants will playtest an unannounced VR experience on HTC Vive and answer some questions about their experiences afterward. The entire session will take approximately 1 hour.
  • Prior familiarity with VR and the HTC Vive is not required.
  • All participants will receive a $100 gift card at the end of the session.
  • All participants will be required to sign a non-disclosure agreement.

If you are interested, fill out this short survey and a researcher will contact you if you are eligible. Please note: filling this survey out does not mean guarantee a playtesting session.


Email Alice Wong, Research Consultant, Disability Visibility Project®

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