When: Wednesday, February 2nd at 12:30pm ET (9:30am PT)

Where: Zoom. Please click this link to register.

In this talk we will explore the special challenges of VR with regards to accessibility. In VR and more in general spatial computing, users find themselves entering the digital content through wearables, and interacting with content with their own body. This means that if they have any bodily limitation this limitation will carry on to VR. In some cases it might even mean they won’t be able to wear the headset. In this talk we will also present some work done to deal with this challenge.

About the Speaker

Dr Mar Gonzalez-Franco is a Principal Researcher in the Extended Perception Interaction and Cognition team at Microsoft Research.


All are welcome to attend the XR Access Research Network’s seminar series. Once you have registered via this link, a confirmation email with calendar information will be sent to you. Automated closed captions will be provided for this event. If you need an ASL interpreter or any other form of accommodation to participate in the event, please contact Jessie at jgt43@cornell.edu by Monday, January 31.