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Posted: Apr 28th 2008 11:01AM (Unverified) said

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Cameron, thank you for your work on such an important topic. We at AbleGamers was glad to help. Please also check out the IDGA Gaming Accessibility SIG and the great work they are doing on this subject.

Again, Thanks!

Posted: Apr 28th 2008 11:02AM Grizz said

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You should check out Ben Heck's one handed xbox 360 controller. This guy is a master craftsman known for making things sutch as the recently eBayed PS3 laptop.

Anyway, he was commissioned to make a one handed 360 controller for a disabled veteran, it was such a success he is, or in the works to mass produce.

http://www.benheck.com/Games/Xbox360/controls/1handright/1hand_right.htm
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http://benheck.com/10-24-2007/benhecks-new-single-handed-access-controller-revealed

Posted: Apr 28th 2008 7:58PM (Unverified) said

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What a great post. I have never heard of AbleGamers, but I will make it a regular stop on my daily travels from here on out. It sounds stupid, but I have often wondered what I would do if I ever ran into a situation where I was unable to play games or work on the computer. Right now, I spend about 14 hours a day staring at a monitor, whether it be at work, school, or at home playing. I love every minute of it and I don't know how I would handle not being able to do that. It's great to hear that there is a group of people out there looking out for each other.

Posted: Apr 29th 2008 12:46PM (Unverified) said

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Terrific write up Cameron! Of course, Im probably a little biased. hehe :) I am always happy to see others interested in making games accessible to everyone. Thanks for the great interview and helping to spread the word about game accessibility!

Stephanie/Camilya

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