Mariana Salles

Mariana Salles


Mariana is getting her master’s degree in design at PUC-Rio focused on inclusive education of children with autism, as a researcher at LINC Design. She lived in the USA for 6 years, where she graduated in Industrial Design at MSU Denver and worked with children with autism. In addition, she founded Vrum Vrum (recycled toys), was a partner of OHMS where she developed intelligent prototypes and collaborated with eLABorando developing inclusive resources for educational spaces. Currently, she is part of the collective Pontos Diversos – Artes Acessíveis producing inclusive art meetings, in-formation and exchange of experiences about alternative and artistic approaches in the treatment and stimulation of people with disabilities or mental disorders.

[RIO DE JANEIRO] Accessible Game development

Rio de Janeiro, Centro Cultural Oi Futuro - Keynote Room

The panel will discuss games and projects that aim to include people with various disabilities within the games, both analog and digital.

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