IRIS will be one of Sense-Hub’s projects open to collaboration with a community of developers. The goal of the project is to create data models to improve the management of sensory information through the use of haptic and augmented reality technologies. With information gathered by the developer network, the models created will be used to identify discrepancies, data filtering, complete data in the event of a lack of information, and behavioral profiling that will provide the tools to manage sensory information more efficiently. The IRIS Project seeks to foster the growth of the use of augmented reality technology as a tool for social and digital inclusion. As a neutral spokesperson for propagating and generating original content from advances in understanding of the haptic platform and augmented reality. Also promote innovation by hosting collaborative events between the technical community, application developers, industry and end users to address industry issues.