Immersive Tools Project

Sound Design, Music, Programming, Game Design


Dynamics, recitals, making mistakes, picturing success: these can be challenging for anyone, but they are particularly difficult for people with autism. Thanks to a generous Faculty Led Innovations in Education (FLY) grant, Rhoda Bernard and Lori Landay have launched the Immersive Tools Project. Drawing on experience from the successful private music lessons program in the Berklee Institute for Arts Education and Special Needs, we’ve identified specific points of intervention that we believe can be addressed with the novel technological tools of virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR).

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