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PS4 Trigger extentions

September 28, 2016 in Uncategorised

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Via Thingiverse

Orininally designed for a friend with muscular dystrophy, these trigger button extensions could be just the ticket to make your controller usable.

Download the design files

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Via Thingiverse

Accessible Games Controllers

September 14, 2016 in Uncategorised

Via Hackaday

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This controller has been designed to replace a traditional mouse and keyboard. It’s 3D printed and completely customisable so each button can be placed on a lap board or wherever is convenient for the gamer.

Here’s the files you’ll need to get making!

D-pad

Quad button

Thumbstick

Single Button

Controller mount

Remember to click the ‘This Helped Me’ button at the top of the page if you give this a go!

Via Hackaday

Gaming with Spinal Cord Injury

August 3, 2016 in Uncategorised

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I’ve had a couple of adoelscent spinal cord injury patients with limited hand function, limited interaction with peers and were so disheartened at the lack of ability to hold and use the xbox controller for games they played with friends.

Via Reddit

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