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Elderly Co-Watching 360-films – learnings and implications for sessions and design

@inproceedings{Ghebremikael2019ElderlyC3,
  title={Elderly Co-Watching 360-films – learnings and implications for sessions and design},
  author={Sharon Ghebremikael},
  year={2019}
}
With an ageing population, there is a need for elderly to be involved in the technology changes and be involved in finding ways for it to fit them and their needs. Virtual reality is one example of ... 

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