Maze Day 2010

| tags: blind, enabling technology

Maze Day is for visually impaired and blind students in grades K-12, their parents and teachers. Your students will enjoy fun and educational computer applications developed especially for them. UNC students will learn how well their accessible applications work with real users. And everyone will have a good time!

We plan to have a wide variety of accessible fun, educational, and exercise activities including: (preliminary)
  • Many new prototypes for games
  • Hark the Sound
  • Braille Twister
  • Sonic Zoom
  • Descent into Madness
  • Last Crusade
  • Making music on the DDR pad.
  • Two player Simon combined with an upper body workout.
  • Accessible Guitar Hero Freeplay.
  • Life size and computer mazes.
  • Move to the Music: An accessible version of Dance Dance Revolution for a good exercise workout to music.
  • Sweet Beat: an edible drum sequencer.
  • SamiSays: a program for recording stories with sound effects.
  • And there's always a little bit more... but you'll have to attend to see what that is.

Lunch will be provided. Free!

Registration is closed. To register send email to Include the number of elementary, middle, and high school students you will be bringing and the number of adults. Let us know if you'll need parking for a bus or van. Date: Thursday April 29, 2010 Time: 9am until 2pm Location: Sitterson Hall on the UNC Chapel Hill campus (click here for directions)

Also, please complete the following forms and bring them with you:

  • Photo Consent - We will only include your children in photographs of the event with your permission. We also have the photo consent form in Spanish.