Video games have long been a favorite of people with disabilities. They allow us to be as physical as we would love to be in real life. But when Microsoft’s Kinect was released a few years ago, the disabled community was angry, and for good reason – it couldn’t recognize wheelchair-users.
You need to be able to stand up for the system to recognize you (this is because the camera for the system has to be mounted higher up on the wall and pointed down at the players). Of course people got angry (even able-bodied lazy people who wanted to play sitting on the couch).
But over the years, people with disabilities have found some clever fixes. Some have lowered the camera with success or some have figured out if they got out of their wheelchairs and played on their knees, Kinect could recognize them. So i