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Re: Comments on XAUR Specification

From: Joshue O Connor <joconnor@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 13 Aug 2020 13:50:09 +0100
To: Thomas Logan <thomas@equalentry.com>, public-apa@w3.org
Message-ID: <40f3c2c5-17d6-4153-2403-cb0a807eda60@w3.org>
Hi Thomas,

A couple of points of clarification here please (your comments are 
really helpful)
>> *Over emphasis on motion controls*.
>> I think it is worth mentioning and defining 3DOF and 6DOF because 
>> they will
>> have their own specific mobility issues.

Can you mention here in your experience what they are for people with 
disabilities?
>>
>> *VR Headsets need the user to be a physical position to play*.
>> Maybe illustrate even more clearly such as requiring someone to be 
>> standing
>> versus seated

Done.

>>
>> *Captions are missing*
>> Currently platforms don't have base level support for captioning of
>> multimedia content. Seems like this should be touched on in section

I'm missing what section you are referring to, can you let me know?

>> *Vestibular Disorders*
>> Motion sickness is common issue raised by people trying out VR.
>> Teleportation / other movement issues should be called out as core
>> challenge.

Done.

>> 4.2 Immersive semantics and customization
>> [image: image.png]
>> Recommend navigate and identify locations be a separate item of 
>> interest.

I'm not sure about that at this point - we may call out into different 
sections in a later draft.

Thanks!

Josh

>>
>> Maybe
>> User Need 1: A user of assistive technology wants to identify objects 
>> and
>> interact within an immersive environment.
>>
>> User Need 2: A user of assistive technology wants to identify 
>> locations and
>> navigate to them successfully in an immersive environement.
>>
>>


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