Clorama pioneered VR for accessible bias training at the University of the Arts London, while researching technological solutions for reducing social bias in the tech workplace for her MA Thesis. In the summer of 2015, she created the first VR debiasing game for the Oculus DK2 and since worked to create numerous anti-bias VR experiences for the London Neuropsychology Clinic, University College of London and Hyphen-Labs. Her work expands institutions in healthcare, civic tech, law enforcement and the tech industry. In 2017, she was a selected winner for Oculus Launch Pad along with co-creator/founder Jessica Outlaw for Teacher's Lens. She launched the start-up Debias VR specializing in delivering research driven debiasing protocols for corporations and education institutions, leveraging immersive VR training. Debias VR aims to disrupt the bias training sector with impact driven, engaging, and sustainable inclusive behavior training. "
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