This paper describes a pilot study conducted at the University of Macerata, within the project Inclusion 3.0. It aims to explore the possibility of using high-fidelity prototyping in a virtual laboratory to support the co-creation of an immersive virtual learning environment with people with disability and Specific Learning Disorders (SLDs), from the earliest design stages. The paper presents the results of the co-design process and discusses its implications in defining design requirements to ensure the accessibility of immersive solutions for cultural heritage.

Co-design of immersive virtual learning environments. A pilot study involving people with intellectual disability and SLDs

Ceccacci S.;Giaconi C.;Del Bianco N.;D'Angelo I.
2022-01-01

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This paper describes a pilot study conducted at the University of Macerata, within the project Inclusion 3.0. It aims to explore the possibility of using high-fidelity prototyping in a virtual laboratory to support the co-creation of an immersive virtual learning environment with people with disability and Specific Learning Disorders (SLDs), from the earliest design stages. The paper presents the results of the co-design process and discusses its implications in defining design requirements to ensure the accessibility of immersive solutions for cultural heritage.
2022
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