Virtual and Augmented Reality

How VR is empowering disabled musicians

Virtual Reality technology opens up new experiences and possibilities in music for people with disabilities. Image: Performance Without Barriers, Author provided

Matilde Meireles

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Sonic Arts Research Centre, School of Arts, , Queen's University Belfast

Franziska Schroeder

Senior lecturer, School of Creative Arts, , Queen's University Belfast

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Drake Music NI, a charity that helps people with disability perform their own music. Image: Drake Music, Author provided

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