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New insights into motion-based video game design for young disabled players

from Medical Xpress

Computer games controlled through wheelchair movements have the potential to improve quality of life for young people with severe mobility impairments but more needs to be done to to meet their needs in game design, new research shows. Computer scientists from the University of Lincoln, U.K., the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, and University College Cork, Ireland, worked with a leading special needs school in Lincoln to examine whether new motion-based gaming technologies and interactive design approaches could make video games more accessible and appealing for children who use powered wheelchairs. more

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