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    So a few months ago I was hanging out with someone in VRChat and as a joke they started asking people if blind people can use VR. More than half of the people at the time immediately jumped on him calling him insensitive.

    But lately I've been thinking more about the question, do you think we'll ever reach the point where spatial audio gets so fully immersive that it becomes a tool for the visually impaired to explore virtual spaces?

    Right now there are games built around the concept, although they are few and far between. One that has been pretty good is A Blind Legend. The soundstage is still a little bit off, but in theory the idea of building immersive online spaces targeted towards inclusivity might just work.VidMate Mobdro


    Love to hear your thoughts on it(pun not intended.)
    Last edited by begnpitch; 10-25-2021 at 09:16 AM.
    10-24-2021 02:37 AM

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