Finger dance: a sound game for blind people

@inproceedings{Miller2007FingerDA,
  title={Finger dance: a sound game for blind people},
  author={Daniel Miller and Aaron Parecki and Sarah A. Douglas},
  booktitle={ASSETS},
  year={2007}
}
The usual approach to developing video games for people with visual impairment is sensory substitution. Elements of the visual display are replaced with auditory and/or haptic displays. Our approach differs. The purpose of the Finger Dance project is to research and develop accessible solutions to games that are inherently audio: musical rhythm-action games such as Dance Dance Revolution. However, these games still rely on visual cues that instruct the user on how to play along with musical… CONTINUE READING
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