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Eyes-Free Pong Game

Expanding Accessibility in Gaming using Voice and Pitch

I developed an eyes-free, hands-free version of a Python-based pong game centered around accesibility for users. In order to move the paddles, the user matches the pitch of their voice to the pitch emitted by the game. Instructions and audio cues are given to guide the player. The skeleton code was provided by the course CMSC 20300, Intro to Human Computer Interaction , while my implementation includes the choice of audio and pitch elements in the game mechanics and speech recognition using Google API.

Date: December 2022

Time: One Week

Main Tools Used: Python, Google API

Github: Link

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