June 20, 2013 AT 5:27 pm

Building custom game controllers for people with physical disabilities

Caleb writes

I decided to take a short break from making fire breathing sculptures and high voltage hammers and make something a little more useful. I made a custom game controller for a child with Muscular Dystrophy using a 3d printer. It is fairly modular so it should be helpful for a wide group of people and the plans are online for free.


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