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A community committed to making virtual, augmented, and mixed reality (XR) accessible to people with disabilities

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Research

Groundbreaking XR and accessibility research happening across the XR Access research network.

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Working Groups

Latest updates on Working Groups’ efforts to inform the design, development, and production of accessible XR.

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Events

Events happening in the XR accessibility space in 2020/21.

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Resources

Resources representing a sample of accessible XR projects, including the XR Access 2019 Symposium report.

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2020 XR Access Symposium

At the 2020 XR Access Symposium, we reviewed the community’s progress over the past year, highlighted the latest advancements in XR accessibility research and implementation, and took concrete steps toward a more accessible future. Visit our Symposium page to learn more about the event.

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Get Involved – Join an XR Access Working Group!

Working Groups bring together more than 140 advocates, researchers, technologists, and business leaders to advance the design, development, and production of accessible XR.

Our six Working Groups include: 1) Guidelines, Policies, & Practices; 2) Awareness & Outreach; 3) Education; 4) Application Accessibility; 5) Hardware Devices; and, Content & Authoring.

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Featured Resource

Accessible Virtual Conferences

UX designer and XR Access App Accessibility Working Group lead Dylan Fox outlines the components of the tech stack for virtual conferences, and describes how to make these events more accessible. Read more >

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