International Conference on Disability, Virtual Reality and Associated Technologies
Venue: Sir Clive Grainger Building, University Park, Nottingham
This is the 12th International Conference on Disability, Virtual Reality and Associated Technologies (ICDVRAT), in collaboration with Interactive Technologies and Games (ITAG).
The ICDVRAT conference series provides a forum for international experts and researchers to present and review how advances in the general area of virtual reality can be used in the area of disabilities, rehabilitation and education.
High quality papers are sought in which technical innovation is backed up by evidence of original and practical implementation, or which promise practical implementation in the very near future. The research presented at the conference will be published in a peer reviewed proceedings which will be made widely available through the ICDVRAT Online Archive.
Papers are encouraged in all areas that span disability, virtual reality and its associated technologies, encompassing both practical application and more generic research. The following topics are just a few of those that will be relevant to the conference.
As a special theme for ICDVRAT 2018, we encourage papers describing involvement of end users in research projects, their experiences and influence on project outcomes. Papers accepted for the conference require the registration of at least one of the authors as a Full Delegate or Full Student Delegate to the conference.
Registration should be completed by 25th June 2018.