A father designs and invents a remote control adapted for his disabled daughter to play the Nintendo Switch

As happens in many other areas, the world of the video games adapts slowly to people with different kinds of disabilities, despite being an industry with great benefits. It is true that in 2018 Xbox launched a command facilities, the Xbox Adaptive Controller, but the road ahead is still long. It is for this reason that this father called Rory Steel, which is defined in its Twitter profile as “a passionate advocate of technology in education”, it was decided to not wait for the consoles to create special controls for people like her daughter Ava, and are released to do so himself / herself. The objective was clear. From the Xbox to the Adaptive Controller, perform the necessary modifications in the design as the functionality that Ava would enjoy the game Zelda Breach of the Wild. To do this, was counting on Twitter the story step by step.

In these tweets can be seen as it was the process, for which you needed to buy some pieces in eBay and from there started trying different options, synchronizing also the lights on the remote until you get an optimal operation of the device.

judging by the images shared by the Steel, his daughter Ava enjoys it and smiles while you are checking the functionalities of the remote control, until the moment when completely unknown for her, for what some have already dared to define it as “father of the year“.

After getting viral, the Steel has been interviewed by british media, where it has been claimed that record a video showing all the details that more people able to imitate them and bring the game to more people like your daughter.
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A father designs and invents a remote control adapted for his disabled daughter to play the Nintendo Switch
Source: english  
January 21, 2020


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