VR helps people experience what it’s like to have autism

One of the ways VR can be used is to put viewers in the shoes of another person.  Autism Simulator is a VR experience that helps viewers experience what it’s like to have autism. 
The app was developed for SPOSA Bratislava, a not-for-profit Slovak organization to support those with autism.  SPOSA hopes that the app will help parents of autistic children get a glimpse of what their children might feel, and to help employers at trade fairs have a better understanding of autistic job candidates.
The app is available for free for the HTC Vive here and for Oculus Rift in the Oculus store (under Concepts).