Thursday, July 28, 2016

EYE-OPENING VR APP ON LIVING WITH AUTISM

The National Autism Society adopts Virtual Reality to bring awareness to Autism. This very real video gives ordinary people a taste of what the autism experience is for those afflicted with the disorder.


The sights and sounds of everyday life have become background noise to most of us; for someone with autism, it can be quite terrifying.



Through the power of virtual reality, the National Autism Society wants to give each of us a passing glimpse into what life is like for someone on the autism spectrum. The simulation is a remake of their previous video about a boy with autism who quickly becomes overwhelmed by flickering lights, the whir of the indoor climate control and the ever-present tapping of shoes on the tile floor.

Watch the 360 degree virtual reality version of our TMI film

Following the phenomenal success of our TMI film, we've produced a 360 degree virtual reality version to help you to feel what it might be like to get too much information. You can download the app for free below, get your own cardboard goggles and watch the film on YouTube, or catch the film on tour at a shopping centre near you. The app requires iOS 6.0/Android 4.4 or better and an appropriate mobile phone.



EYE-OPENING VR APP ON LIVING WITH AUTISM




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