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AbleGamers Paves the Way for Gamers with Disabilities

August 11 2010 | by

CNN’s Gary Tuchman reports about Mark Barlet, founder of The AbleGamers Foundation, which seeks to make games accessible for people with disabilities. Barlet and assistant editor Steve Spohn tell CNN about the complex but exciting world of accessible video gaming, which includes adaptations like a Wii controller for the head, large-button switches, and joysticks that are driven by a puff of breath.

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