In the SUN project, we’re dedicated to ensuring ethical conduct, particularly when engaging with vulnerable groups. Defining vulnerability across multiple dimensions, such as age, gender, race, and economic status, we emphasize key aspects:

  • Informed Consent: Ensuring all participants understand and willingly engage in our research.
  • Privacy Protection: Robust measures safeguard sensitive data, respecting participant privacy.
  • Accessibility: XR solutions prioritize inclusivity, catering to participants of all abilities.
  • Ongoing Ethical Review: Adapting practices to evolving ethical standards.

Our engagement with vulnerable groups, including patients, those with disabilities, and employees, is guided by ethical principles proposed by our partners at VUB. A dynamic Social, Ethical, Legal, and Privacy (SELP) Impact Assessment ensures our XR technology aligns with the highest ethical standards.

As we embark on this transformative journey, the SUN project remains steadfast in ethical conduct, respecting the rights and well-being of all participants.






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