Father creates games for visually impaired after daughter loses sight

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20th August 2017

Father creates games for visually impaired after daughter loses sight
Portsmouth-based Audazzle was founded by Selwyn Lloyd, whose aim was to make games more accessible for visually impaired people.

Dad develops games for visually impaired
By Chris Creegan, Swipe Reporter

A developer whose daughter became blind set up his own games studio to specialise in titles that are more accessible for people with sight loss.

Eighteen-year-old Daisy Lloyd lost her sight completely when she was four due to the eye cancer retinoblastoma, but thanks to her dad, she’s able to play video games.

Selwyn Lloyd set up Audazzle with the aim of making games more accessible for blind and visually impaired people.

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