How one man keeps video game controllers accessible
Video games are a common area where accessibility tends to be ignored. One American man helped change that for many gamers:
With the retired Bozeman engineer's 70th birthday approaching, disabled gamers say they fear there will be no one to replace Yankelevitz, who has sustained quadriplegic game controllers for 30 years almost entirely by himself. The retired aerospace engineer hand makes the controllers with custom parts in his Montana workshop, offering them at a price just enough to cover parts.
For more information, read about Ken Yankelevitz's accessible gaming equipment (opens new window).