Selwyn Lloyd’s daughter had always loved video games. So when she was left unable to see due to cancer in her eyes, Lloyd came up with an ambitious project, Canada's Financial Post reports.
The UK-based software engineer started to explore 3D audio, a new technology that allows listeners to locate objects around them without seeing them. And he decided to try to make games that would include both seeing and visually impaired player, one using audio cues, the other visual.
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