Salem, MA - June 12 - 14, 2012
7-128 Software's Eleanor Robinson moderated the fourth annual Enabled Play - Games Accessibility Day at the 2012 Games for Health Conference in Boston, MA.
This year's Games Accessibility Day program gathered a group of game accessibility community leaders.
Their task was to compile a current state-of-accessibilty report, and provide recommendations to federal policy makers, and others, about improving game accessibility.
Robinson joined Tara Volker, chairperson of the International Game Developers Association's - Accessibility Special Interest Group, to moderate this group.
Robinson has participated in the last five Games for Health conferences.
The 2012 Games for Health Conference, organized by Ben Sawyer, attracted over 100 organizations and over 400 people from 11 countries.
ABOUT 7-128 Software
7-128 Software is a small Salem software company that is unique in that many of its mainstream videogames are designed from the start to be playable also by the blind, the deaf, or the motion impaired.
Its more than 30 games include the Inspector Cyndi in Newport series, word games, and puzzle games. Itís game, Here comes the Duck! is possibly the only computer game anywhere playable by a blind two-year old.
For more information contact:
Cynthia A. Geller V.P. Marketing and Sales 7-128 Software