Game technology might be used to create maps from sound

09/17/2009 | Reuters

Computer games for people who cannot see could contribute to the development of technology that maps the real world using sound. Virtual reality games for people with visual impairments typically rely on audio cues for play. That has led researchers at Harvard Medical School and the University of Chile to study the usefulness of three games that give players audible clues about their surroundings.

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