[Ben Heckendorn]’s Access Controller is now shipping. The controller is designed to be used with just one hand. It has six openings that the five control modules can be placed in. It’s easy to reconfigure depending on the player or game. While the prototype was built using Xbox 360 controller parts, this newly released unit is available for the PS2, PS3, and PCs. The Xbox 360 version is still being reviewed for final production. [Ben] says that in the coming weeks he’ll post a how-to for building your own modules. There’s always one empty slot and the bus like design should make this fairly simple.
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this is awesome
on a side note… “one handed typers” might enjoy this too… is there a more PC way to suggest people who are masturbating?
B.Heck is the man. What a great device. One of the hallmarks of good engineering is usability. Good Onya Hecky.
Doesn’t Ben have his own blog…?
The module pinout should have been included with the documentation in the package.
Otherwise a good solid hacking platform. Always nice to see something designed for real need.
Yes, but his site is so slow to load I prefer reading it here and being reminded to hop over there.
No of offense to anybody that has a deficiency but why do u need a one handed controller?
Aside from console gamepads built for a person with two functional hands (with the exception of the Wii but that again depends upon the sort of game your playing) its a different option for the consumer to look at and decide on.
Just have to wait and see if this is successful or not.
I have a paralysed arm and I’m getting one of these for my birthday next week. Can’t wait to play Tekken, FIFA, etc. etc. again!
Nice post. That looks like a good controller. Keep up the good work.
There is obviously a lot to know about this. I think you made some good points in Features also.
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