Imagine we could control the real world and its associated variable stressors, such as noise, volume of people, etc. For those living with hidden disabilities which include hypersensitivity and anxiety for example, it can become a very challenging environment.
Although we can’t control the real world, we can control a virtual reality one.
Thanks to technology and affordability beginning to align, we are currently working on a co-creation and app development of our Virtual Reality (VR) World iSenseVR under our VR Dynamic Interactive Navigation for Familiarisation and Desensitisation Project, funded by The European Social Fund and The Scottish Government’s Social Innovation Fund, Friendly Access, the School of Simulation and Visualisation at the Glasgow School of Artand Crag3D.
Using Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy (VRET), our joint expertise and affordable technology, our Virtual Reality world is being developed to help individuals living with hidden disability to overcome their barriers and towards a more independent life.

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For further press information contact:

Glyn Morris ( – Friendly Access

GSA press office –

Ian Taylor ( – Crag3D