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5 ways the metaverse could be revolutionary for people with disabilities

The metaverse could help people with disabilities experience activities that it can be difficult for them to access in the real world. Image: Unsplash/Dima Solomin

Vanja Garaj

Director of Research and Reader in Design, Brunel University London

John Dudley

Research associate, University of Cambridge

Per Ola Kristensson

Professor of Interactive Systems Engineering, University of Cambridge

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