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KYOK / Memory Game

KYOK
KYOK

KYOK is a sound memory game for visually impaired elderly. It has been developed to stimulate to use their sensitive parts in their fingers and other muscles on the upper body.
The basic game principle conforms to the existing memory game but it stimulates to use tactual and auditory senses. It has 24 distinctively textured buttons on the two identical playing fields. The game provides the opportunity to play either independently or together even with non-blind people. It enables the elderly to socialize with others not being assisted while improve physical ability. Plus, it enables to preserve their cognitive skills in a playful manner.

University

KAIST

KAIST
Daejeon, South Korea

Design

KAIST

KAIST
Daejeon, South Korea

David Lee

Design

TU Delft

TU Delft
Delft, Netherlands

Tim Elfering, Marcel Schneijdenberg, Lisanne van der Kaaij, Laura Welzen