Brunel researchers are developing interfaces and data visualisation tools to optimise human computer interaction. Our work is developing solutions for health and wellbeing, and creatives that are inclusive, accessible and better appreciated by audiences, including users with access needs such as sensory, physical and cognitive impairment and advanced age.
Case study: Inclusive Immersion
Design of immersive content and content application interfaces
Inclusive Immersion is developing guidelines and a toolkit for inclusive design of immersive content and content application interfaces in VR, AR and XR. The project not only considers the digital domain but also the hardware required for disabled or impaired users to access immersive content and environments. Researchers are analysing the existing process of content design and production to define best practice for the adoption of more inclusion solutions.