3D Spaces for the Disabled

Are you a business/holiday resort/live arena for example, visited by persons living with a visible or invisible disability? How do you engage with your customer to let them know of your disabled facilities?

This is a topic close to the heart of 3D-Pi and we feel that any public building/business should have a virtual format.

A 3D model would allow a person in a wheelchair a true picture of the accessibility, WC facilities on offer, door widths and any lifts to get to a higher level for example.

A person living with an invisible disability like Autism could walk a virtual space as many times as they feel necessary to slightly ease any anxiety before entering the building that they are visiting for the first time.

Contact 3D-Pi if you would like more information

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