Published by OneSwitch.org.uk Monday, 20 July 2015 8:01 am.
There's been some great news I've discovered since the start of the year in assistive technology slanted towards games and other leisure pursuits. Here's some that I would have posted at the time had I had more time...
Sony's PS4 and Vita Accessibility operating system updates. Update 2.50 on the 26th of March 2015 brought a raft of accessibility features to the PS4. These included contrast, zoom and basic controller remapping. More of this please!
Music Search update: My short list of fantastic web-sites offering free music to listen to.
SAM Labs: Electronics construction kit in the modern age with no wires and no coding needed.
Ian Hamilton: Two brilliant posts, one Ways to Further Accessibility in the Games Industry and also How to do Subtitles Well: Basics and Good Practices.
Eye Tracking experiences as a Game Dev Teacher.
One Button Games film from Germany. Actually from 2013 but too good not to post. Linked to a teaching project in Potsdam.
Cognitive Accessibility 101 Part 1: What is cognitive accessibility? A personal take by Jamie Knight "a slightly autistic web developer".
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