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IMMERSIVE MEDIA AND ACCESSIBILITY: HAND IN HAND TO THE FUTURE

@inproceedings{Montagud2020IMMERSIVEMA,
  title={IMMERSIVE MEDIA AND ACCESSIBILITY: HAND IN HAND TO THE FUTURE},
  author={Mario Montagud and P. Orero and S. Fern{\'a}ndez},
  year={2020}
}
Advances in immersive media can provide relevant benefits to our society. The future looks promising with the development of new communication technologies, formats and hardware, together with their wide applicability areas. However, a fundamental aspect remains unexplored in this media landscape evolution: accessibility. A lack of accessibility hinders the interaction and immersion with virtual reality (VR) experiences to many consumers, becoming a barrier for global e-inclusion and equality… Expand
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