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KiTACT / VR equipment


When facing nonviolence child abuse, such as psychological manipulation, improper language and physical contact, it is often difficult for the victims to quickly realize they have been hurt. In the event of an incident, without pre-established reflex, kids will then panic and does not how to react. Additionally, inadequate lecturing from parents and even domestic abuse all put kids at risks. KiTACT is a wearable VR set that helps to operate immerse child protection training by using visual, audio and haptical data, lively and effectively inform kids about different kinds of abuse and teach them how to protect themselves.


Pratt Institute

Pratt Institute
Pratt Studios, Fourth Floor
Brooklyn, United States

Xiaoyong Wang,
Pratt Institute