Devika Working With The City of Innovation on Evenness

Devika Working With The City of Innovation on Evenness

Posted on March 18, 2019

We’re excited to announce that the Evenness Virtual Reality Sensory Room successfully launched Thursday 14 March, in collaboration with The Disability Trust. Through the launch, Evenness is now accessible within the Illawarra Region and supports individuals with disabilities to develop key sensory skills.  

This is a significant milestone as it marks the successful launch of Devika’s first in-house Evenness product to the market. While we endeavor to use technology to create meaningful change, the reality of this mission was realized at the event when we met individuals in need of this solution.     

The Mind Behind Evenness

Evenness was Founded by the CEO and Founder of Devika, Ken Kencevski, who has developed associated products, such as Kolb with the intention of utilizing technology to create meaningful change in the community and collaborating with individuals who aspire to do the same.

Devika’s mission is to use technology to positively affect people, the planet, prosperity and pushing boundaries. Yes, technology can be seen as ‘cutting-edge’ and ‘awesome’ but fundamental to our collaborations is a unified vision to better the community.

Stated by Evenness Founder, Ken, “we enable people and organizations with technology in mind...Technology is our canvas and a bicycle for the mind.

We collaborate with experts in their field and leading technology organizations to facilitate transformations and use today’s ideas and people as the essence of how we create.”

Paul Scully MP, Sharon Bird MP, Devika Founder Ken Kencevski and Software Developer Byron Papanikolaou (left to right)
The Opening of Ralph Black Drive Hub

Event attendants included our very own CEO and Founder of Devika, Ken Kencevski and software developer, Byron Papanikolaou who respectively presented and showcased the technology.

We appreciate the initiative and participation of those involved who have collectively enabled the implementation and adoption of the Evenness Virtual Reality Sensory Space, namely, Sharon Bird MP who approved the $10 000 grant, Paul Scully MP, Club Trust Illawarra manager Gerald Farrugia, Disability Trust CEO Margaret Bowen and Disability Trust COO Edward Birt.

Ralph Black Drive Launch of the Evenness Virtual Reality Sensory Space
The History of Evenness

The SMILE team at the University of Wollongong (UOW) have found empirical evidence supporting the effectiveness of multi-sensory rooms which can be read here and the successful development of Evenness can be read here. Through further research, knowledge surrounding the virtual reality space will enable its improvement and expansion nationwide.

To begin a conversation surrounding the Evenness Virtual Reality Sensory Space, inquire at