A community committed to making virtual, augmented, and mixed reality (XR) accessible to people with disabilities
Groundbreaking XR and accessibility research happening across the XR Access Research Network.
XR Access Projects are community- and volunteer-led efforts to inform the design, development, and production of accessible XR.
Resources representing a sample of accessible XR projects, including the XR Access Symposium Reports
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XR Accessibility Developer Repository
XR Access has partnered with the XR Association to create a central repository of accessibility solutions for developers working in XR. This GitHub is a free asset for software developers working on applications for AR, VR and MR to find resources and code snippets that support the use of XR technology by people with disabilities. The site is designed around the platforms on which developers write code such as Unity, WebXR, and ARCore. In addition to code snippets, the GitHub repository includes tutorials and links to other resources and best practices. Read more >
Report: The Value of Inclusively Designed XR Workplace Tools
XR Access’s Business Cases for Inclusive XR Workstream explores the business value for inclusively designed XR workplace tools in this new report. Read the Report Here >