Immersive Design Accessibility Survey
Jerald Belich - MFA candidate at Miami University
About this Study
This survey is part of a research project about Immersive Design Accessibility run by Jerald Belich, an MFA candidate in Experience Design, and advised by Dennis Cheatham, both affiliated with Miami University. Invitations to complete this online survey have been sent by email to hundreds of people. In addition, open invitations have been posted on social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter.

The purpose of this research is to examine the design process of interactive game spaces, such as escape rooms/live-action game spaces. More specifically, we are looking at the use of immersive technology (or lack thereof) in these spaces and how accessibility and flexibility of this technology affect its use in the design and implementation of these experiences.

We would highly appreciate your participation if you meet the following criteria:
- You are at least 18 years of age.
- You are or have been responsible for design and financial decisions in the creation of escape rooms/live-action game experiences or like spaces (group based games involving interactive problem-solving over a limited amount of time).
- You are or have been paid or profit from your role in the work described above.
- You have completed at least two experiences fitting each criteria above and have done related work within the last two years.

Participants can live and work from anywhere in the world.

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