Articles & papers

Tracking your eyes and clicking with the blink of an eye. For disabled users this sounds like a dream coming true. About to be true, because the Fove project is funded and this virtual reality headset is in production. With Fove it’s possible to aim with your eyes and shoot. So if you’re having trouble using the computer because of …

Even though the term ‘serious game’ or ‘applied game’ stands for a fairly small percentage of the available computer games in our time, this doesn’t meant that this term cannot be divided further. There are quite a few different ‘types’ that the category serious games can be divided into. While it is in fact easy to divide serious games into …

Much has been written about accessible single switch games when compared to other game accessibility topics. I think there are more single switch games than audio games and close captioned games together (Although closed captioned games are becoming more and more prevalent). But many single switch games are are all quite a lonely thing to play. Not that playing by …

Imagine a life where everything happens with the push of a button. You’d like to write a book; push a button. Maybe you would want to find a new job, get hired immediately with full benefits; you’d push a button. Want a new car? Short on cash? Guess what… push a button! Playing a game on a console is not that …

Pre-build Computers usually ship with a free mouse. Visually impaired user usually don’t use that mouse though, the keyboard is a much easier way to control their computer because it doesn’t involve clicking on things. But is it the same story in gaming? Can the mouse add to the gaming experience of an audio game? Can the mouse have more …

This paper presents the first very positive findings from an empirical study about the effectiveness of the use of a Kinect learning game for children with gross motor skills problems and motor impairments. This game follows the principles of a newly presented approach, called Kinems, which advocates that special educators and therapists should use learning games that via embodied touchless …