Deaf Players Innovate VRChat Community

Deaf people in VRChat talk about their life experiences and community.

Syrmor channel on YouTube shares the anime video in english subtitles of Deaf Awareness and educating about bullying by Hearing People.

Ray the anime girl in the beginning was born Deaf. Sio the anime girl that first appears at 3:06 became hard-of-hearing after the accident. She has diplacusis and tinnitus. Diplacusis makes it so that she hears double.

Sio will hear sounds at 2 different pitches simultaneously making it difficult to decipher what is being said. This makes some voices understandable and others not depending on the pitch of the voice. Tinnitus is a ringing in the ear that can be similar to the sensation of buzzing, hissing, chirping, or whistling.

Translating from American Sign Language into english isn't exactly 1:1 because of grammar structure. Certain lines were translated the way they were because of the context of the whole conversation. Big thanks to Quentin for helping me translate

If you want to learn more about VRChat of Deaf community, they have made a google doc info and resources

If you want to help support the channel check out the merch store at and patreon

VRChat is a free-to-play massively multiplayer online virtual reality social platform created by Graham Gaylor and Jesse Joudrey. It allows players to interact with others as 3D character models. The game was released for Microsoft Windows via Steam's early access program. Visit and free play at

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