Goal Ball

GoalBallThe video gaming industry consistently reaches new heights in visual appeal. However, a group of would-be gamers, the visually impaired, are left behind. Goal Ball is a real-world game played by individuals world-wide from a local level to the Paralympics. Specifically designed for the visually impaired, the Goal Ball application provides a replication of the real-world game play with audio and sensory feedback providing a fair, competitive environment and an entertaining experience for the audience.

Team Members

Cho Gyn Min

gyu4437@gmail.com

Colton Terrace

cjt57@drexel.edu

Buzz Lakata

Buzz627@gmail.com

 

Jordan Stone

stone@drexel.edu

Ryan Crim

rcc48@drexel.edu

Richa Bhartia

rb687@drexel.edu

 

Ryan Smith

rjs369@drexel.edu

Screenshots

Game Court


Side shot of the Goal Ball game court.

Virtual Ball


Wire frame picture of the ball with movement and sound components.

Behind the Scenes

Jeff Salvage

Faculty Advisor
Professor Jeff Salvage

jks29@drexel.edu

cs.drexel.edu/~jsalvage

External Stakeholder
Overbrook School for the Blind

www.obs.org/