This study explores spatial interface design and development for Mixed Reality, to help autistic people with sensory difficulties by making the spaces customizable and interactive to improve their daily lives. In the scope of the study, along with the various resources on Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and MR technology, existing interface designs of applications for autistic people are examined. After the examination, the results are compared, and the spatial interface design is proposed accordingly. A prototype of the interface is tested on 12 autistic kids between the ages 6-16 to observe their reactions to the HoloLens device. The initial results are shared in this study, and the future of spatial interface design and development for autistic people is discussed

In the end, an open-source spatial interface toolkit named “My Ho Me” is proposed to be implemented into the MR applications that assist autistic people with sensory difficulties.
To learn more, visit