Collaborative virtual environment for conducting design sessions with students with autism spectrum conditions

  title={Collaborative virtual environment for conducting design sessions with students with autism spectrum conditions},
  author={Laura Millen and Susan V. Cobb and Harshada Patel and Tony Glover},
Young students with autism spectrum conditions (ASC) often find it difficult to communicate with others face-to-face. Virtual reality offers a platform in which students can communicate in a safe and predictable environment where face-to-face communication is not necessary. Participatory design with end-users is an important part of developing successful, usable and enjoyable technology. As designers of technology for young students with ASC, we seek to involve these end-users in the design of… CONTINUE READING
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