Gaming

Adafruit’s QT Py ESP32 Pico is A Tiny Doom Playing Handheld

Adafruit’s QT Py ESP32 Pico is A Tiny Doom Playing Handheld

In the time honored tradition of testing all the things with Doom ports, Adafruit has released a demo video of their latest project. The QTPY ESP32 Pico is an itty bitty handheld game system, and of course it runs Doom. Is it the smallest device to run Doom? No, not even close. We’ve seen Doom […]

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Connect Power Wheel Chairs Directly To Game Consoles With The Freedom Wing

Connect Power Wheel Chairs Directly To Game Consoles With The Freedom Wing

We’ve talked about gaming and how important it is for people with special physical needs on multiple occasions here. If you haven’t seen it, just consider for a moment what a relief it could be to be able to hop into a video game and interact with the rest of the world without the stigma […]

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Gaming With Muscular Dystrophy Thanks To Ben Heck And Sugru

Gaming With Muscular Dystrophy Thanks To Ben Heck And Sugru

Ben Heckendorn’s custom controllers for people with physical disabilities are always a great point of inspiration. Each video supplies new things for you to learn, should you want to tackle one of these yourself. In this video Ben teamed up with Sugru and pulled off several unique modifications to assist Vivek, a gamer with muscular […]

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Giving Electronic Dice a Roll at Maker Faire

Giving Electronic Dice a Roll at Maker Faire

Will Bluetooth-connected electronic dice ever be a significant game technology?

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How To Modify A Playstation Controller For Muscular Dystrophy

How To Modify A Playstation Controller For Muscular Dystrophy

I’ve been doing these game controller modifications, to make gaming easier for people who have physical disabilities, for a few years now. Over that time, I’ve come up with a method that is quick, relatively easy, fully functional, but a bit ugly. The most common complaint I get is that people can’t “click” the thumbsticks. […]

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