|Project Type||Side Project|
Sounds Good is a final student project for a course in Sound and Music Technology at Utrecht University. The project aimed to research whether it is possible to create a game that can deliver information correctly via visual and audio cues so that visually impaired people can also play it. The team invited 50 people to participate in the experiment and divided them into two groups: one group played the game with visuals, and the other played it only with audio. Although the research structure was not well-defined, and the results were not clear, the team had a great experience developing the game.
In this game, I developed the main gameplay features, UI management system, and a file saving system to save records and collect data for the experiment. The project was an exciting experience for the team, and we learned a lot from it.