Video Games for the visually impaired

Tech Universe writes: "The world of video games is changing on a daily basis, and it never ceases to amaze me. Take GAMBIT Studios for example. They have developed a game called "AudiOdessey", which is a very simple idea, but its goal is to get visually impaired people, who until now have never played video games, involved.

The concept is simple. "Vinal Scorcher" is a rookey DJ, who wants to get everyone dancing. Using Nintendo's Wiimote (via Bluetooth), players swing it to the beat, as Vinal does his thing, and plays the funky beats. You have to keep everyone happy and dancing. If your partiers get too rowdy, they can bump into the turntables, and screw up your jam session."

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