A team of video game designers from UCF’s School of Visual Arts & Design (SVAD) will visit Washington, D.C., this week to showcase its accessibility-friendly video game at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Team members also will meet with the secretary of the Smithsonian to demonstrate the power of video games to help children and squeeze in a visit with White House staff interested in accessibility technology.
“We’re going to be busy,” said Matt Dombrowski, assistant professor of digital media. “We’re so excited. The potential to help children is just amazing.”
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