[games_access] Holy Grail of Accessible Controllers
oneswitch at gmail.com
Thu Jan 13 14:15:41 EST 2011
Ah, very interesting, Javier. Do you have any links and advice for running "Live CD". I'm not aware of it at all.
From: Javier Mairena
Sent: Thursday, January 13, 2011 7:58 AM
To: Barrie Ellis ; IGDA Games Accessibility SIG Mailing List
Subject: Re: [games_access] Holy Grail of Accessible Controllers
it only runs on Linux but you can use a Live CD !! so isnt a big problem!
Although is really boring to configure it each OS restart.
On 12 January 2011 21:21, Barrie Ellis <oneswitch at gmail.com> wrote:
Just a little more info on that holy-grail of accessible controllers...
This is a good step towards what I'd love to see:
A PC (unfortunately has to run Linux) - with keyboard or mouse compatible controller - that connects to a PS3. From this players can use a wide range of peripherals (head-tracker, track-ball, glide-pad, eye-tracker via the mouse compatibility - and likely joystick use via the keyboard compatibility). They can reconfigure the controls on games that didn't have the foresight to offer that option - and play.
Next step would be wonderful if it could run on a Windows/Mac/iOS operating system - and offer player assist modes (latching modes / auto-fire modes / pre-set move routines) - and then be used on an Xbox 360, Wii, iPad and future machines.
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