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This is a first person game-like simulation where players take on the role of an undergraduate who wants to join a research lab. It is appropriate for high school, college or life-long learners.  Playtime: approx. 20 min.

The simulation starts at an “open house” grad lounge, you are checking the grad students out, but they are also quizzing you to decide if they will accept you into the lab.

You will answer a series of multiple-choice and open-ended questions and your data will be saved.

There is an Impressometer that shows what the graduate students think of you as you work through the 20 to 30 minute long simulation. The simulation is a variation of a classic experiment conducted on how people who are blind navigate through novel rooms (Supa, Cotzin, & Dallenbach, 1944).


Created by Mina C. Johnson-Glenberg, Marcella Gemelli, Bethany Van Vleet and Richard Fabes.

Made with support from the T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics and the Department of Psychology at Arizona State University.
If you are an instructor in these departments,contact us


Original study

Supa, M.; Cotzin, M.; & Dallenbach, K. M. (1944). Facial vision; the perception of obstacles by the blind.The American Journal of Psychology, Vol 57,  133-183. doi: 10.2307/1416946

Features + Learning Goals
  • ·    Engaging role play
  • ·    Learners control pace
Players will learn:
  • ·    Hypothesis generation
  • ·    Dependent and independent variables
  • ·    The refinement of a hypothesis
  • ·    Supporting or rejecting hypotheses based on data gathered
  • ·    How to alter just one variable
  • ·    Pattern seeking in the data

As well as writing practice from the open-ended responses.


All user-generated content is saved so teachers can look at everything (about 50 variables) including a cumulative score, based primarily on answers to the 18 multiple choice questions embedded in the simulation. You can choose how much you want to see.

Tests + Teacher Guides
System Requirements


1GHz or better processor
1GB or more RAM
DirectX9 compatible or better Graphics Card



OSX 10.6 or Later


WebGL Enabled Browser

Google Chrome (at least version 9)

Mozilla Firefox (at least version 4.0)

Safari (at least version 6.0)

Opera (only available in version 11 and 12)

Internet Explorer (Not Recommneded)

Mircrosft Edge (Not Recommended)

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