Eyes-free Pong

Collaborated with April Wang and Marjorie Antohi for Pedro Lopes' Intro to HCI at the University of Chicago.

In this project, we designed a game that allows users to play pong without using their eyes. Users are told the ball's current position through an outputted pitch. A higher pitch means that the ball is above the paddle, and a lower pitch means that the ball is below the paddle. Users can send input with their voice as well. Outputting a higher pitch raises the paddle, and outputting lower pitch lowers the paddle.

This allows a new way of playing a classic game, and makes the game more accessible to users with visual disabilities.