Building a game for blind and sighted gamers in Max

    Nov 23 2011 | 12:20 am
    Hello everyone! I'm building a game called Rock Vibe for blind and sighted gamers using Max. It uses vibrations instead of a screen to tell players when and which buttons to press on a Rock Band instrument, MIDI controller or computer keyboard. It's currently on Kickstarter in hopes of getting funded, and I was hoping the kind Cycling community could help me get the word out and/or donate. Donations start at $1 and rewards are available, even for people who donate $1. If the game is successful on Kickstarter, I'll be donating some to schools, centers for the blind and families.
    Here's a link to the page: There's a video and a full description. Also, feel free to leave me comments/suggestions for the game. I'm always looking to improve things and make the people happy :)
    Also, I'll be looking for game testers if funding is successful, so feel free to put your foot forward if you'd like to test it in the future. The game is located in Mountain View, CA right now.
    Anyway, thanks for reading!! And patch away!

    • Nov 23 2011 | 2:35 am
      Hi Rupa,
      Great project, very ambitious and very human! I will keep myself updated on your project and of course, try to donate some money along the way!
      Also, consider putting this page on the Projects page too, you'll definetely have a better audience!
      Good job again!
    • Nov 23 2011 | 5:01 am
      Thank you so much Yiannis!! I've submitted my project to the Projects guardians, so hopefully it'll get posted soon.
      I just checked out your drum machine on the Projects page. It's fantastic!!
    • Nov 23 2011 | 6:51 am
      Well done, Rupa. I love hearing about projects that tackle accessibility in interesting ways. I'll definitely put the word out as best I can. Good luck!
    • Nov 23 2011 | 8:10 am
      Thanks Kodamapixel!! I like your screen name, it's very fun to say.