Blind Gaming: Sound Design And New Methods Of Interaction

Blind Gaming: Sound Design And New Methods Of Interaction
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Terry Garrett can play some video games by listening to the in-game sound effects.

Emma Hutchings
  • 8 april 2011

Terry Garrett lost his sight at the age 0f 10, but although he can’t see the images on the computer screen, he is able to play certain video games with help from the in-game sounds. He has the exceptional skill to be able to recognize the meaning of sounds in the games that he plays.

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