I was not quite sure where to post this, so I'm hoping that the people who are actually in charge of Unity platform development see this post along with the community at large. I am soon to return to college to finish obtaining my baccalaureate degree in computer science with a specialization in game development. One of the courses that I am required to take deals exclusively with the Unity platform. That being the case, I thought it prudent to test and explore access to the program with the assistive technology that I use in my daily life as someone with a visual impairment. I have to admit that I am disheartened, discouraged, and angry to see that once again, those of us who are visually impaired have been forgotten. Unity is absolutely inaccessible to us. A screen reader can't see it. Just because our eyes are broken, that doesn't mean that we don't play games, and it doesn't mean that we can't develop, or help to develop, games that appeal to all. Our brains are not dead, and I'm quite frankly sick of that very attitude that seems to be so commonplace among people with vision. I'm sick of being an afterthought, or even worse, pitied and assumed to be infirm or otherwise irreparably damaged, merely because I don't experience my environment or acquire knowledge by a modality that is considered to be "normal by those in society who have healthy, functioning retinas, optic nerves, and visual cortices. The level of ignorance about blindness is absolutely astounding to me. Ignorance due to a lack of knowledge is one thing. Willful ignorance simply because you have no desire to learn or because you are too lazy to learn, or even worse, you just don't care enough to learn, angers me beyond what words can express. As evidenced by a date of 22 June 2015 at the following URL: https://feedback.unity3d.com/suggestions/screen-reader-accessibility I posit that we no longer have ignorance due to a lack of knowledge in this case. Granted, the feedback section has been changed, and that link redirects you, but the point is that developers have known for four years that blind people are attempting to use this product, and nothing has been done to facilitate that . Now it is simply that those of us who are blind are being ignored, and nothing is being done. There's no excuse for it...none. Screen readers have been around for more than three decades, and Microsoft has provided accessibility guidelines and documentation to assist developers in allowing their software to be seen and interacted with by the screen reader. Lack of vision does not make me an invalid. It does not make me mentally deficient. I consider myself just as capable and intelligent as the person right next to me who has an uncorrected visual acuity of 20/20, and I deserve the same access and the same opportunities for success that he or she does. Why is that so hard for people with vision to understand? There seems to be a mentality that those of us who are blind are less intelligent and capable than those with sight, and therefore, we are unable to contribute anything meaningful or worthwhile. That is simply not true. I'm not sure why that belief is still so readily propagated and embraced, given this day and age of technology and the ability to get information on anything at the drop of a hat. Here's a news flash for everyone in the gaming industry: Some of us are avid gamers. We play everything from Atari to Xbox, PS4, Nintendo, and anything in between. And guess what? Some of us even want to develop games as well. The truth is that we're just like anyone else. Some of us are geeks, some aren't. Some of us are highly intelligent, some aren't. Some of us are emotional, others are analytical. We like all sorts of different foods, music, books, movies, and lo and behold, games, just like anyone else with vision. We laugh, we cry, we love. The only real difference between us is the way in which we experience and navigate our world and our daily lives. I'm not sure what it will take for us to be considered as equal to those who have normal vision, but I can guarantee you that it begins with a mindset of your platform's namesake...Unity: A unified change in the way that you perceive us, in the beliefs that you carry. Until you stop looking at us as little more than helpless, dependent children, nothing will improve.