Disabled gamers currently form a small, but growing portion of the gaming community, and the folks from the UK's SpecialEffect video games charity are seeking to get a lot more of them gaming.
SpecialEffect -- with an assist from UK Prime Minister David Cameron -- just opened a Video Games Visitor Centre to give those with disabilities a place to experience cutting-edge gaming tech designed for the disabled, like eye-controllers, in its GamesRoom.
The Centre also has a GamesLab where "games and hardware are tested for accessibility" so game developers can adjust their wares to get even more people dishing out pwnage than ever before.
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
Britain opens centre for disabled gamers, which also will be an incubator to enhance accessible gaming
Posted by BA Haller at 8:26 PM