Making 360 Media Accessible to the Blind

UniVirtual Experience



HOST: James Herndon

James Herndon of Equal Entry shares examples and discusses how to provide audio descriptions for 360-degree video, and for VR and compliance with accessibility standards to ensure equal access to your creative 360 and VR works.

James Herndon works for Equal Entry as a technical writer and accessibility consultant. His work focuses on creating media alternatives: text alternatives, captions, and of course audio descriptions. He also writes and produces training videos about accessibility for various companies.

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UniVirtual Experience is an Educators in VR & Virtual World Society conference May 1-30 across 18 different VR platforms and apps.

Event made possible with Infinity Sponsor HP with HP Higher Education & HP VR Hardware and Technology

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