Accessibility Arcade to help disabled video game lovers level up


By Amy Ratelle on Apr 24th, 2014

THE GLOBE AND MAIL - "Disabled Canadians gamers are finally getting a chance to try-before-they-buy with the opening of the Accessibility Arcade at the University of Toronto starting April 26. Housed in the Semaphore Research Cluster at the university’s Robarts Library, the Arcade will showcase the latest technology and controllers that allow people with disabilities to play popular console and PC games such as Call of Duty or Assassin’s Creed. After this weekend’s public open house, the permanent installation will be accessible by appointment..." Click here for the full article.

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