Microsoft's Super-Accessible Adaptive Controller Will Be Good For Cheaters, Too

More from: | Gizmodo UK |
0

The Microsoft Adaptive Controller might look like a drum machine, but it’s intended to be used by people with disabilities who cannot comfortably use the Xbox controllers currently available. However, the new controller could be a boon for cheaters, too.

That’s because the enormous controller has 19 different 3.5mm ports on the back, each of which corresponds to a specific input on a standard controller. The ports enable third-party accessory makers to produce everything from pedals, to proximity sensors, to bean

(...)

Read full article » http://www.gizmodo.co.uk/2018/06/microsofts-super-accessible-adaptive-controller-will-be-good-for-cheaters-too/


About | Gizmodo UK |

Gizmodo UK isn’t your average tech site. Sure, we love technology and gadgets, but like any good nerdlinger, we’re also interested in science and smart design. Everything around us has been influenced by these elements, and it’s our goal to tell the stories behind these inspiring products, and to keep you on your toes about what’s coming next.

Expect to see amazing architecture you’d trade your Wi-Fi connection for; spaceships that soar to new and unexplored solar systems; futuristic automobiles and oceanic vessels that would fluster even James Bond; military innovation and eyebrow-raising government farces, and of course, all manner of geek culture and toys.

»Twitter: @GizmodoUK »Facebook: @GizmodoUK