Reality Made Accessible.
Rushboard Technologies is a UK “Social Enterprise”, building PC/Console/Mobile devices affordable to all, whilst enabling Extended Reality more accessible for the disabled – a global community of over 1 Billion users.
The first device is PALADIN, a modular wearable initially for disabled children aged 8-18yrs, and the elderly, with a spatial-motion prosthetic for Limb Difference (PALADIN Hero) available later.
Both will be compatible with the Tilt Five glasses, and the SteamVR platform (Oculus Quest 2, initially), as well as motion controller 3D Rudder. If successful, support for Valve Index, Magic Leap, Vive/Vive Pro, Windows Mixed Reality and Playstation VR will then be added, followed by consoles and, eventually, use with other motion controllers.
We are currently pursuing investment funding/grants, but do not have a business premises right now. However, any developers wishing to collaborate can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org. In-person meetings, for those local to Brighton, UK can be arranged as well, through Sussex Innovation Centre Falmer.
Social links can be found below, with a video podcast beginning soon.
Due to our current lockdown restrictions with COVID-19, we cannot conduct in-person meetings at this time. However, we can still have meetings via Skype/Google Meet.
To arrange a meeting, please contact us via our email.