COVID-19 has illustrated that humans should be ready for life in another dimension. Social isolation was one of the reasons that has led to increase of interest for AR/VR technologies in different areas of human activities as long as they can give the sense of being n some place. Such technologies could also be useful not only in conditions of limits due to pandemic, but also in common life as long as these technologies could help people with disabilities, for example, to visit some places. In this paper we overview current state of VR/AR, forecasts of its distribution, tendencies of the demand of this technologies and also consider different approaches in this area and we pay attention to the examples of existing solutions with application to people with disabilities. © 2021 IEEE.