Seeing With Sound... Presentation at DiGRA

At the DiGRA conference 2022 Zach Mason presented his PhD Research around co-designing non-visual games with Sight Advice South Lakes. The paper explains the functions of the game, as well as the design decision making throughout building it. A further paper reflecting on the workshops outcomes, as well as looking at movement styles is coming in the near future!

  • (The DiGRA paper will be linked here once published).

Heat-Maps from Workshop Participant Gameplay

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Zach Mason

Zach is a doctoral research student attached to Design Research Works. He has a bachelor’s degree in Interaction Design from Glasgow School of Art and his research investigates Accessible Design for Virtual Spaces. His current project explores the co-design of a, working with blind and visually impaired people through workshops aiming to highlight the need for better accessibility in games and spatial web environments.