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BBC News – 4th April 2018 New measures to improve air travel for disabled passengers are being considered by the government. They could include a limit on the time passengers wait for assistance boarding and disembarking, and quicker reunions with … Read More
A new accessible virtual reality tour, the first of its kind in the UK, will allow Dundee United supporters to experience Tannadice Park like never before. The move puts Tannadice Park on the map as an accessible destination and is … Read More
MARK WILLIAMSON, HERALD SCOTLAND WITH the football season in full in full swing a virtual reality pioneer is helping a prominent Scottish club highlight the accessibility of its renowned stadium. Name: Richard Meiklejohn. Age: 38. What is your … Read More
By Clive ColemanLegal correspondent, BBC News Eight-year-old Cate Merry and her friend Megan are big fans of Little Mix. They’ve got the T-shirts, the photo albums, the CDs, can sing the songs and rock the dance routines. So how did … Read More
Sony has sold more than one million virtual reality (VR) headsets, the company has said. President of Sony Interactive Entertainment Atsushi Morita said sales had “exceeded our expectations”. The headset, at $399 (£308), is cheaper than rival devices from Facebook … Read More
Access to live music for disabled people is improving, according to the head of a leading disability charity. In 2016, Attitude Is Everything found a third of live music events had “no access information” on their websites for deaf and … Read More