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      SeeAbility are a 220-year-old UK charity that support people with sight loss and multiple disabilities.

      To raise awareness for their charity, and the issues that people with sight loss face, they wanted an experiential service.

      Kaboom! That’s exactly what we created for them. We produced a ground-breaking virtual reality experience. This propelled their experiential communications beyond anything their competitors had ever seen, let alone were producing!

      Our VR challenge frustrates the user, simulating a learning disability

      Our VR challenge frustrates the user’s attempts, simulating a learning disability

      Virtual Experience of Sight Loss

      LIQUONA conceived and produced a highly immersive virtual reality experience. The focus? Enable users to self-select and engage with various content, all hosted in a true VR landscape.

      We created an experience where users can simulate a range of sight loss conditions. Why? Because immersive experiences allow users to truly experience an accurate insight into the life of another.

      Wearing a VR headset, users could watch a 360 film where they experience being a person with sight loss, who receives support from SeeAbility. We also created a series of tasks where users can undertake a physical challenge that simulates learning disabilities.

      This moving image project was created with various end users in mind. SeeAbility used this as an orientation piece for staff and volunteers, as well as a fundraising attraction for the public. Nothing else allows you to better experience life as it is lived by the people that SeeAbility help.

      Most of our virtual reality work is not on our website, but is in fact guarded in a high security part of the building by special forces squirrels.

      If you want to see for yourself the groundbreaking VR work we undertake for organisations big and small, just give us a call on 020 7757 7473 and we’ll get you past the squirrels.