LightHouse employee Frank Welte tries out Theia Immersive

Watch Live: A Virtual Reality Event for Global Accessibility Awareness Day

May 18th is the 6th Annual Global Accessibility Awareness Day, and today we’re hosting architects, engineers, educators and designers for a very special “Virtual Reality Tour of Blindness.” The UK-based startup Theia Immersive has developed a robust, nuanced set of virtual and augmented reality filters to simulate all types of visual impairment, from color blindness to glaucoma and more. Today, they present from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. in a mini-conference held at LightHouse’s headquarters in San Francisco. You can watch live, here:

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  1. We just wanted to say a massive thank you to the Lighthouse team for hosting us and putting on such a fantastic event. The attendees were amazing and covered a wide spectrum of potential users of our technology. We are really looking forward to discussing further how we could work with these companies in the future.
    If anyone missed the event yesterday, or would like a 1:1 demo of our VR and AR technology, please contact me on +447967017219 and book a slot with us today using the following online booking system:

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