This toolkit allows game developers to easily introduce configurable hearing accessibility features in a unified and consistent way, such as viewing sound directionality and more configurable subtitles.
The “bubble” (3D vectorscope) is a solution to the graphical representation of sound in a three-dimensional space, a sphere whose surface dynamically deforms according to the direction and intensity of sounds, such as radar.
The compass is included as a versatile tool that represents more information in a simple and comfortable way.
Simple-looking subtitles are very important elements due to the wide use in most games.
Important: If you are a developer and want to promote accessibility in video games, download the Accessible Audio Toolkit (AAT) for free, add it to your favorites in the Unity Asset Store and publish your assessment and comments on this resource right there. It helps us a lot!