Technology can help us to experience stories in new ways. Mixed reality, virtual reality, spatial audio, and other mediums allow us to create experiences where the participants can feel a sense of agency over the story and explore it in embodied and immersive ways. With the development of these new mediums, we also have the ability to tell inclusive, diverse stories that don't often get told. In this article, I want to talk about how we can reimagine disability in order to build inclusive, immersive performances. Insights I am a designer and researcher currently studying for a Ph.D.…
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