"The "RESPECT" project is a free virtual museum in the metaverse, featuring inspiring people of color throughout history. We speak with project founder Eve Logunova-Parker, and rocket scientist Tiera Fletcher, who's featured in the gallery."
March is Women’s History Month, and women everywhere are being highlighted for their achievements in both the physical and virtual world. One tech company has decided to use the power of virtual worlds to shed light on the inspiring stories and accomplishments of underrepresented Black women and other people of color.
Whether you´re ready or not, virtual reality is taking off! We see this technology implemented mostly in games and in hospital settings, but one tech company has decided to go the route of educating the masses on underrepresented persons. Wanting to lead the way on how virtual reality can be used for good, they created the RESPECT Project.
Evenness, an Extended Reality (XR) solutions provider originally from The Netherlands, is a platform-agnostic agency that works with various selected XR platforms to create ideal, inclusive and accessible environments for individuals to interact. In addition, Evenness has brought social initiatives to life, such as the virtual Gallery “RESPECT”. featuring the accomplishments of people of color throughout history.
During all of the current virtual reality hype, many different sectors are already taking advantage of Extended Reality platforms. One of the noble ways for applying such technology is for the creation and sharing of knowledge. One tech company has decided to use the power of virtual worlds to shed light on the inspiring stories and accomplishments of people of color.
Immersive Virtual Reality Being Used To Highlight Inspiring Stories Of People of Color.
In honor of International Women’s Day, tech co. Evenness has launched a new initiative called The RESPECT Project, a completely virtual gallery featuring the triumphant stories of Black women and other people of color.