- Jul 22, 2016
My Kid just said he had to have one.. I have shut off his Internet for his PC. Grounded from it for a week.
He knows enough about computers to find the power button and remember his sign on for more than 6 months at a time but little else. I'm not 100% sure he could manage the CAPTCHA to register an account.
He saw me type that and agrees, he has his wife do them because he can never get them right.
And whoever keeps composing this twee-ass Kickstarter promo muzak needs to have a pickaxe put through their Macbook.
jI have a coworder with one arm who I sent this too and I am pretty sure I saw him crying with joy.
I bounce my legs and tap my feet WAY too much to use this.
I know right, my coworker thought is he can strap it right to his wrist nub. We are wondering if we can wire up an arduino with some pads so muscle flexes could register as button clicks and really get him into it.j
that was my first thought, and I came here to post this, but it seems several already agreed. I remember in 1st grade I had a friend who broke his arm, and the guy could outgame me with one hand, placing the controller flat on the ground. i have another paraplegic friend that im going to send this to, to see if he could potentially benefit or find an adaptive use for it.
for the rest of us lucky enough to type 130+ wpm and own keyboards that cost more than the entire wardrobe we had as teenagers, there's not much use. and im honestly kind of surprised the video didnt just jump straight to catering to disabled want-to-be-gaming people.