Charity gaming center targets disabled players
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Much the way video games can help the elderly retain the sharp visual-processing skills necessary for driving, so they can offer the disabled a variety of benefits including socialization, rehabilitation and entertainment. Aiming to enable easier access to these benefits, UK charity SpecialEffect recently launched a video gaming center with specialized technologies designed specifically for handicapped users. SpecialEffect is dedicated to helping disabled young people enjoy computer games, and it recently invited UK Prime Minister David Cameron to launch the new center in Witney, West Oxfordshire. Billed as the UK’s first fully accessible video games visitor center, the venue will…
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