Computer game to help blind people developed in Exeter

Work being done with partially sighted youngsters at Exeter could help stroke victims as well as others with visual impairment around the world.

Some sight problems are caused by the brain scrambling the signal from the eyes, so a new computer game is being developed to help eyes and brains work better together.

Jonathan Waddington received a research grant to develop the game at the WESC Foundation at Exeter.

Here's John Andrews' report.