Mobile Development Virtual Reality Development
Virtuoso-VR was designed for autistic adults enrolled in day program called Impact Innovation at the University of Cincinnati. Virtuoso provides the day program a collection of immersive learning technology interventions that promote the skill of using public transportation. Virtuoso-VR participants engaged with an online guide who controls an avatar and leads users through instructional content presented in a multi-user, HMD-based VR environment to rehearse the skill. Virtuoso-VR, was developed in High Fidelity and then in Unity and supports a range of VR headsets including the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.