Published by OneSwitch.org.uk Friday, 28 March 2014 3:02 pm.
The chunky joystick above was designed for SpecialEffect originally after a request from Bill Donegan to look into the Ultimarc Ultra-Stik, hoping to make a simple and fairly affordable controller for gaming.
Turns out it works great. It's an analogue joystick with the potential for up to eight switch sockets (I've fitted four). On a PC using JoyToKey, it can be set-up to work as a mouse. I've built a profile that has the four switches set up as: LEFT-CLICK, RIGHT-CLICK, LEFT-CLICK DRAG, ADJUST MOVEMENT SPEED. You can set it up anyway you like, and with the Controller Max / Cronus Max / Cronus Device / Whatever they're calling it next, you can use it on Xbox 360, Xbox One and PS3 after a bit of tinkering.
£115 from the OneSwitch.org.uk Accessible Gaming Shop, or you can build your own accessible analogue joystick by following the DIY guide here. Works very nicely with a Trabasack Connect.