Airdrop Gaming announced its Audio Radar solution, a gaming accessory that transforms video game sounds into visual signals for gamers in the deaf and hard-of-hearing community, is now in production and shipping
A demo of the Audio Radar, which allows players to “see the sound” and is designed to create an inclusive gaming experience, will also be available for attendees at CES 2024 conference to experience.
The Audio Radar
Audio Radar is ideal for deaf and hard-of-hearing gamers, visualizing key sounds like footsteps and alerts. Audio Radar works with Xbox, PlayStation, and PC, making games more accessible and enjoyable for all, the company says.
“We’re thrilled to introduce Audio Radar to gamers. Our goal is to make gaming accessible for everyone. We invite you to try it at CES 2024,” says Tim Murphy, founder and CEO of Airdrop Gaming.
Audio Radar is intuitive, with plug-and-play compatibility and customizable features like sensitivity and light behavior, according to the company.
“We’re eager for people to try Audio Radar at CES 2024,” adds Murphy. “It’s a chance to see how we’re making gaming more inclusive and immersive. Visit us at Booth 60704, Eureka Park, Venetian, to see gaming’s future.”
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