Published by OneSwitch.org.uk
on Sunday, February 3, 2008 at 6:06 PM.
Also worth pointing out that AcidMods.com have posted a great D.I.Y. guide for creating a voice activated controller for the Xbox 360 (although it could easily be adapted to work on most other consoles). There's a very clear YouTube video demonstration here.
I would bet that this will work alongside most accessible Playstation 2 controllers using an XFPS 360 adapter
. Voice control would make a lot of sense when used with a switch interface where people can tailor build a set-up to suit themselves. LEPMIS
can supply such an interface already, with the possibility of fitting specialist analogue controls.
As a side note, I've just received a component reportedly needed to get my PS2-SID
working on Xbox 360 and hopefully other consoles. Fingers crossed time!
Via: Tim Chase at IGDA GASIG Mailing List
Labels: Accessible Controllers