I just finished a Driving Simulator for Tramatic Brain Injured Soldiers on a DARPA grant. I designed and developed the Data Center which serves the website for data analysis for researchers (Drupal custom PHP modules), developed Android Java code that displays telemetry of the vehicle while driving the simulator, and audio programming and content for the simulator runtime audio (C++).
The simulators are in research labs, but here's a television news spot about the simulator at a Virginia DMV:
I recently finished a game for Austistic and Special Needs children called Counting Town developed by Otter Learning. You can view their video or listen to the music by clicking on a title on the demos page. Counting Town runs on iPad/iPhone, Android and Windows computers.
The Most Fun A Quarter Can Buy
The heading above was the marketing tag for Gauntlet. Ed Logg recaps the adventures of Gauntlet development at the Game Developers Conference 2012. Along with Earl Vickers and Hal Canon, I contributed audio to the Gauntlet games. Here's a fun, rare promotional video that was used in theaters and TV. Sam Comstock created the animation and I created the music and sound effects.
(note: HTML5 enabled browser with video player required to play. Google Chrome is fine.)