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
The Xbox Adaptive Controller allows people with all sorts of disabilities to enjoy games with comfort and ease. The controller itself allows for easier play, but it can also be built onto in order to create custom setups. That's exactly what Rory Steel has done in the video above.
Rory built out a special arcade-style board that connects with the Xbox Adaptive Controller to allow Ava, a girl with disabilities, to enjoy her favorite games. Turns out she's a big fan of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and now she can play it easier than ever!