Marty Schultz

In 2014, Marty started Blindfold Games, an app development company that builds accessible games for the visually impaired community. The idea for Blindfold Games was conceived serendipitously during an after-school App Design Club he started at his daughter’s middle school. To date, the company has released over 80 games that promote learning through gamification.  The games are enjoyed by over 10,000 visually impaired people from 7 to 70 years old, and recently surpassed the 500,000th download.

Marty’s current venture is ObjectiveEd, whose mission is to maximize education outcomes for children with disabilities, initially focusing on students with visual impairments.

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