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3-01-2011 @ 5:13PM
Another bit of hardware that might help disabled players is the Peregrine glove (http://theperegrine.com/). It's a bit pricey, but it allows you to map quite a few keystrokes or macros to various parts of the glove (different areas of each finger and the palm, I think) so you just touch the appropriate zone with your thumb and that fires off the keystroke.I actually bought one of these back when they came out because it got good reviews and I thought it would be cool. I haven't tried it out yet (I get along fine with my keyboard and gaming mouse) but it seems like it might be helpful for somebody who only has mobility in one hand.
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