Here’s an interesting hack to start your day. Modder Hasse has a brother with a disability; he’s only able to use one hand. The brother also likes to play video games, and with the way joysticks or controllers are set up now, you pretty much have to use both hands. Hasse wanted to help his brother out, so he designed and hacked a
N64 Gamecube controller into one-handed use, allowing his brother to play games. For complete details on how this was done (and I do mean complete) click here. Props to Hasse for helping out his brother.
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