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    Just thought I'd bring this to peoples attention. Microsoft have developed the Xbox Adaptive Controller mainly aimed at disabled players. Being disabled myself (I can use a normal controller just fine) I see this as a big move forward in accessiblity for all but I can also see the potential for even able bodied players to easily make their own custom controllers, for example if you wanted to make a pinball controller with traditional layout all you would need to do is obtain a set of arcade style buttons etc. and connect each to a 3.5mm jack via cable and plug each into the Adaptive controller and mount the buttons in a pincab or a pincab style case. This achievable because every button input on a standard controller is addressed on the back of the Adaptive contoller via a 3.5mm socket.

    More info https://www.xbox.com/en-GB/xbox-one/...ive-controller & https://news.microsoft.com/stories/x...ve-controller/

    I'm sure this is going to be quite a popular item especially among the modding community. So has anyone got any other ideas for this?
    Last edited by DepecheM101; 05-18-2018 at 11:43 AM.

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    Hey DepecheM101! Thanks for the recommendation, we are sure it will be helpful for lots of people.

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    Good on Microsoft for developing something like this. I have a friend who is disabled and I'll most certainly bring this to his attention.

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    Default Xbox Adaptive Controller potential

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