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Autism TMI Virtual Reality Experience





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Published on Jun 9, 2016

Warning: this film contains flashing lights, bright colours and loud, sudden noises. Some people might experience motion sickness in this 360 degree virtual reality film.

Prepare to step into the virtual reality world of Too Much Information.

Sometimes, autistic people become overloaded by everything around them. That can make the outside world feel like a terrifying place. And for their families, all the looks, judgements and tuts make it feel like a lonely and isolated place.

That’s why we’ve created a virtual reality experience in collaboration with autistic adults and children. So you can feel every single sight, every single sound, every single stare they endure on a simple trip to the shopping centre. So stay calm, take a breath and make sure your headphones are plugged in.

The question is: Will you make it to the end?


To fully experience sensory overload, grab your headphones, download the app and get Google cardboard goggles, available now at: www.autism.org.uk/VR

If you don't have a Google cardboard or a VR headset to hand, we highly recommend viewing the 360 video with headphones.

Warning: this film contains flashing lights, bright colours and loud, sudden noises

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// About Us
We are the UK's leading charity for people affected by autism.

We want a world where all people living with autism get to lead the life they choose.

We will transform understanding of autism and make sure everyone living with autism gets the support they need.

Find more information about Autism, and helpful resources on our website: http://bit.ly/NationalAutisticSociety


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