Finished! Ava gives my homemade #accessibility controller V1.0 the thumbs up. She can play @Nintendo #BreathoftheWild on her #switch like her friends now. All thanks to @Microsoft ?? #adaptiveController #XAC @brycej @ArranDyslexia @shanselman pic.twitter.com/dOhGnUFZa0— Rory Steel (@JerseyITGuy) January 19, 2020
Almost a thousand comments that go, as you can imagine, from applause to the technical questions, which the father of Ava responds patiently telling the assembly and also the problems that her daughter faces every day, due to the rare crippling disease (Pse) that prevents the movements and the forces on the chair.
HSP, a rare genetic issue that means she struggles with fine motor control. Impairs speech and finger dexterity. Hence, the chair and need for the bespoke accessible controller.— Rory Steel (@JerseyITGuy) January 19, 2020
The project, told the Bbc, was approved and retweeted by Bryce Johnson , head of the Inclusive Tech Lab of Microsoft and creator of the XBox controller. Steel, who calls himself a "geek" says he made the controller for Ava in a weekend "do-it-yourself", also thanks to the help of the little brother of 5 years old in the video that appears at the back of the sister, and with her shares the disease.
The plan sounds good. You can also bring in 8 buttons with each USB port, I'm assuming those boards will let you plug in the buttons. Let me know if you have questions. https://t.co/NK6IrfgOWQ— Bryce Johnson (@brycej) January 18, 2020
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