You go on enjoying gaming in your free time and get exhilarated by the whole adrenalin rush, but have you ever given a though to how a disabled bloke would get this kind of blood rush, due to the unfortunate disability? Giving a thought to this problem, Caleb Kraft of Hack a Day has designed a 3D printed custom controller for people with disability, in particular muscular dystrophy. Caleb designed the custom gaming controller for a kid named Thomas who is suffering from muscular dystrophy and is a keen fan of playing video games. By toggling around with the control inputs, Caleb managed to make a custom controller for Thomas that brings a smile to his face.
The complete project details and the make process is detailed-in by Caleb on Hack a Day and you can jump straight over to learn more. In the meanwhile you can have a sneak peak at the project in the video given below.
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