Controllers make educational games accessible for physically disabled kids
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We've already seen projects such as Limbs Alive use gaming to enable recovery for stroke victims. Focusing instead on those with life-long conditions such as cerebral palsy and muscular dystrophy, the Splash range of games uses special controllers to make it easier for kids to play, while also offering education in an array of subjects. The UK-based company offers games suitable for children aged between four and 16 years old that cover english, math, science and spatial awareness topics. Players can use either a joystick, keyboard or tracker ball – depending on their particular disability – to operate the games,…
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