Ablegamers is bringing accessibility services to video games


By Amy Ratelle on May 2nd, 2014

VICE - "What’s required to play the average video game? Not in terms of tech, television resolution, or optimal viewing angle; but how about the functions of your body? Well, to start, the common controller needs your index and middle fingers for those shoulder buttons. Your thumbs need to be pretty dextrous, manning the joysticks, buttons, and directional-pad in harmony. Then either your ring or pinky need keep that controller hoisted while your other fingers whip about. And that’s all assuming you can draw two hands close enough together to fit into gaming’s mould." - Click here for the full article.

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