Watch the Xbox Adaptive Controller work with the Nintendo Switch

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A father created a way for his daughter with HSP to play the Nintendo Switch.
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A father created a customized controller that allows his daughter with HSP to play the Nintendo Switch.
The controller works with the Xbox Adaptive Controller.
A video shows the controller in action controlling The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
A father created a customized controller that allows his daughter to play on the Nintendo Switch. The controller's inventor, Rory Steel, refers to it as his homemade accessibility controller V1.0 in a Tweet. The controller from Steel works by connecting to the Xbox Adaptive Controller and then connecting to the Nintendo Switch.
Steel's daughter, Ava, has hereditary spastic paraplegia (HSP), which makes her struggle with fine motor control and finger dexterity, as explained in a tweet from Steel. The controller Steel shows off in the video has buttons around the edge of a large rectangular body. Each button can be customized to contr......

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