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VR for students in a Wheelchair with low mobility

ianckile
Level 2
 Hi, 

My name is Ian and i'm a educator in WA state. My colleague purchased the oculus quest to use in the classroom. We have many students who all have their own needs. One student is in his electrics wheel chair and has very limited mobility in his arms and hands.  anyone know of any apps he could use to communicate and network with other's? forgive my ignorance I do not know much about VR. My goal is to find programs and or apps where he could go and hang out with others like in 2nd life or something like that. He loves soccer is there a way he could play with a remote from his chair? could he watch soccer live with the Oculus? 

Thanks Ian
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kevinw729
Level 15
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Danim434
Level 2

I would say some students can still learn the different language translation options through sitting due to disability. I have checked that many educational institutes provide the facility of translation with the help of https://translatehub.org/10-most-useful-languages/ site options where different kinds of language translation options are available for the different students who need document translation help for better understanding.