PlayStation Controller Being Developed For People With Disabilities

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Sony has announced Project Leonardo, something it says will 'reduce barriers' for people to play.

A new PlayStation controller is being developed aimed at helping people with disabilities.

Sony has announced Project Leonardo, something it says will 'reduce barriers' for people to play.

The company says the controller kit was designed with input from accessibility experts and those with disabilities.

It's highly customisable and is built to address challenges faced by those with limited motor control, accurately pressing small buttons or operating thumb sticks.

 

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