Co-designing with People with Low Vision: Using Augmented Reality to Make Physical Games Accessible

A blurry picture of a chessboard in grayscale with white chess pieces on one side and black chess pieces on the other side.
A series of sketches demonstrating concepts for different technologies that could make recreational activities more accessibl
Photos of ideation
Drawing of AR Glasses that includes a power button, toggle switches, camera, a microphone, and bone conduction headphones.
AR Smart Glass for physical activity
  1. How well the solution ended up addressing the problem?
PlayAR - Augmented Reality Chess Demo

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