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An a-MAZE-ing Day

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Every spring UNC's department of computer science hosts Maze Day, an event for visually impaired students of all ages from across North Carolina and beyond.

Professor Gary Bishop started the event with his students 10 years ago when his enabling technology class created a maze with tactile obstacles and invited 19 visually impaired students to test it. Since then the event has grown every year, and now students can navigate a maze that fills an entire lab as well as test computer games that Bishop's students have designed for the visually impaired.

Bishop said it's a great experience for his students to see how their work improves the lives of others.
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