Gaming for the Disabled

People living with a disability in the Thames Valley are now able to play video games through a revoluntionary techonology that uses eye control.

The games room at Helen and Douglas House Hospice in Oxford is being partly funded by the 'Have a Heart Appeal'. The technology, designed by Oxfordshire charity 'Special Effect' is being supported by Prime Minister and Witney MP David Cameron.

Watch the video below to see how Dale, who's got a disability, plays a football game with his mouth! 

SpecialEffect from William Donegan on Vimeo.

 

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