Most games are created by neurotypical people, for neurotypical people. This means that autistic people often encounter difficulties with traditional gaming, but a Glasgow-based startup is trying to change this. Changing Day’s ‘Blink and the Vacuum of Space’, which focuses on making the world’s greatest sandwich, is a game designed specifically with autistic people in mind. The company hopes their virtual reality game could help autistic people better prepare for real life situations. This film is from Click – the BBC’s weekly technology show. Please subscribe HERE 🤍bit.ly/1rbfUog #Click #Autism #BBCNews
look at the bbc trying to make they care while helping building your future prison.
Climate change Lockdowns and meta.. soon ur lives and children’s lives will be imprisoned in these headsets. Locked in houses. It’s coming..All part of the agenda 2030 plan
Uk column news - dig deep
how? bbc will have to stop turning your life into a game
Millions Including Myself Have Old Gaming Consoles That Are Never Use Anymore There Must Be Way To Give Them To Genuine Families Whether To Poor Families Or The Needy With Disability?…👩🦳🇬🇧🙏
Maybe we just need to accept that not everything is accessible for everyone. Millions of other things to do in the world besides wasting your life away sat in front of a video game.
How about no.
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I have many autistic relatives and I see their ability to communicate and create and be communicated to empowered through the abstraction of games in a way that most other forms of interaction and communication can’t accomplish. It’s not just that they are able to be reached and helped to communicate and interact and thrive in that they otherwise wouldn’t, but it facilitates their ability to connect and communicate with others and gives them a place in the world not just to exist or even just to be a powerful contribution to a greater and more inclusive society but to enrich the ability for society to connect to all it’s forms. I look at part of autism as a language barrier and computers and technology as a way for disabled people of all kinds break down those barriers. Gaming is a great contribution to helping autistic persons fully realize themselves and that reenforcement gets carried over into the real world. Very sweet and uplifting story.
The wisest thing that should be on everyone mind currently should be to invest in different streams of income that doesn't depend on the govt. Especially with the current economic crisis around the world. This is still a good time to invest in Gold, silver and digital currencies(BTC, ETH..).
Rivers, trees and animals are better for the wee ones, or even just other people
This comment section seems strange, like it's made by bots or something.
by introducing an economy worth working, sorry - not working....
by introducing an economy worth gaming for.
Force Sony and Microsoft to lower the prices of consoles. It doesn't take that amount to make them, also pc gaming could do with being forced into a price drop. I know company's need to make money and profit but if something isn't done about it, it's only going to get worse. Also pay to win games need stopped also. They have destroyed the industry.
Before games started to suck, they were being made by Autistic people. Since they 'broadened the audience' and the industry expanded to represent many more non-Autistic people, games have needed nonsense like being warned not to turn off the machine while the game is saving. Games now are designed to constantly assault the senses and control the player's attention, which I find really off-putting. UI and UX design has become big in the industry, and it's making it worse because to a UI designer the solution to every problem is always 'more UI'.
Edit: Oh the real purpose of this video is about 'fixing' Autistic people, what a surprise.
Who are autistic people?
Oh, ok, now I know this is bs. I'm actually autistic, not fake autistic, and the problem is that games are TOO "accessible". Games suffer from that kind of bs, these people are referred to as Normies, and they aren't to be catered to or pandered to. They're why Pokémon has slowly died over the past decade. And also, again, THAT'S VR, it's not gaming, most people don't VR, they have a Switch, Xbox, or Playstation, or some of us just straight up PC. And no, you're experience isn't going to be even slightly different than an autistic persons, just your understanding and comprehension. As in, we would understand and comprehend more than you.
Well, for starters, that's VR, not gaming, and secondly, maybe stop fearmongering gaming all the time if you want it to be more accessible.
Next step: WE NEED MORE CENSORSHIP IN GAMING!!!
Typical deluded socialists and liberals.