XR Access Working Groups help raise awareness of the importance of XR accessibility, collaborate with like-minded innovators and advocates, and create shared resources to communicate the importance of accessibility to your networks and the public.
Our six working groups collaborate virtually and in-person to inform and transform how the field creates accessible XR technologies. Each working group is comprised of between 20-100 active participants dedicated to making an impact in specific issue areas.
Guidelines & Policies
Researches, analyzes, and collaborates with stakeholders to make actionable recommendations to inform those developing XR accessibility guidelines, policies, and practices.
This working group is led by Bill Curtis-Davidson of Magic Leap and Wendy Dannels of Rochester Institute of Technology.
Work with hardware manufacturers and academia to evaluate the current and future state of XR hardware, create guidelines for next generation hardware, and map user needs.