Ally KrugFriday, October 25, 2013 http://prezi.com/elkfwczo_tld/present/?auth_key=jlvmhkz&follow=hnnmugtwh_jo&kw=present-elkfwczo_tld&rc=ref-57511409 All the concepts have a few of the same basic details They all enhance reality for the visually impaired and potentially sighted people They all rely mainly on haptic sense and potentially some audible feedback They all help in creating independence for the visually impaired I've divided my concepts into 2 categories: expert and new comer An expert wouldn't need as many features as the new comer because they may have experienced the sport before and they may already have a good sense of what is happening A new comer may want information like how many people are on the field, how big the field is, etc. A newcomer will want to be more involved with more information available to them My first 2 concepts are for Experts The first is an interactive seat inspired by massge chairs, the Speed Strip, and portable sport seats It uses different technologies to portray the details of the game The second concept is a pair of interactive gloves that uses pressure and vibrations to portray the game They're inspired by the Wii remote, blood pressure cuffs, and Drive Grip My third concept has different variations based off of similar features I want all my variations to be able to access games on broadcasted on tv and live games as well I want sighted people to be able to use these devices to enhance their reality I want all the devices to be small representations of the playing field that offer audio feedback The 3 concepts are based off of different technologies The first is based off of a digital braille display, the second is based off of the Brainport Vision Device, and the third is based off of AirPix QUESTIONS How to follow players? How to know difference between teams? Would people own their own devices? How will I conduct testing? Can I combine technologies? Can we use this in house league? Designing for visually impaired or complete blindness? Are these technologies realistic to have in a prototype?