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BlindSide: The First Invisible Video Game

NEW YORK | By Ana Fuentes | What if a video game only contained audio? Blind Side is the first ever to set players in a fully 3D ambiance without graphics. Inspired by co-creator Aaron Rasmussen’s temporary blindness after an accident in chemistry class, the start up is the adventure of two young game lovers who got their funding via Kickstarter. Their potential market is huge: 33 million gamers in the U.S. have some kind of disability, according to the Able Gamers Foundation.