At 7-128 Software we have static graphics for all of our blind/VI
accessible games. That being said, even the simplest of them requires
some sighted help. You have to select the graphic, edit it to meet your
needs, size it correctly and have the file available for the program to
place at the appropriate location. The coder can create the code that
calls the graphic without sighted help, but to prepare the graphic for
display requires visual help.
We have also used videos in some of our games. That again requires
sighted help to shoot the videos and edit them. The actual coding of
the call for them can certainly be accomplished without sighted help.
Simple shapes can be coded directly. We used that process for a couple
of our reward screens where a smiley face bounces around the play area.
That type of thing could be done strictly by coding. So that type of
image can be created without sighted help.
I hope that answers some of your questions. Good luck in your efforts
to become a coder.
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