The increasing use of VR systems in education and the expected increase in sales in this area suggest that this technology will become an important factor in the digitalisation of education. It is therefore essential that this technology quickly finds its way into the school and vocational training of visually impaired people so that they do not experience any disadvantages. Especially the integration into the labour market is difficult for visually impaired people. It is therefore imperative that this target group be introduced to the new digital technology in order to be competitive on the labour market. The workplaces of the future will also be equipped with VR , augmented reality (abbreviation: AR) and smart glasses.
However, in order to educate and train the target group adequately, the educational staff must be qualified accordingly. The main objective of this project is to collect and exchange information on existing experiences and research on VR.