Access controller demo

Embedded above is a review/demo of [Ben Heck]‘s Access Controller. The controller is designed for one handed use and has reconfigurable/hackable modules. The reviewer is [BawNeY] a one-handed Major League Gamer. When using a standard controller, he cradles it on his lap, steering with one hand, and hitting the trigger with his elbow. The new controller looks a lot easier to use.

Comments

  1. nick says:

    wow, that guy sure can pwn. only if the poor bastards on the receiving end knew, they would cry.

  2. Dot says:

    Nice. Kudos to Ben for making this. I know theres a lot of gamers out fighing in iraq right now, and I forsee this could end up being very useful for a lot of soldiers who don’t come home so lucky…

  3. A. G. says:

    I’m getting one of these next week (I have a paralysed arm), can’t wait! Looking at pictures of it, it looks a bit unergonomic (I don’t know what it will be like for playing Tekken for example) but I’m sure it has been well designed. The bloke in the video is pwning for sure…

  4. hmmm says:

    that is boss

  5. hmmm says:

    yeah hes pretty damn good

  6. walt says:

    very cool. mad props to Ben Heck (again)!

  7. Curtisbeef says:

    I cant even aim with a regular Xbox controller with 2 good hands… nice job dude.

  8. deoryp says:

    I wonder if it would be even better if all the buttons where all mounted on a large 4″ joystick so you could control your movements with your entire hand… maybe expensive…

  9. xchip says:

    spam!

  10. LCJ says:

    What the spec on the laptop?

  11. Dark-Star says:

    My favorite kind of hack: one that increases accessibility. Jolly humanitarian of you ben, and good job on the hack!

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