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Five ways the metaverse could be revolutionary for people with disabilities

By 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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The invention of the world wide web in 1989 eventually brought about life-changing tools for everyone who can access it. Some of these tools, such as online banking, shopping and communication, have vastly improved the accessibility of daily life for people with disabilities, as well as older people.

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