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      By Kaynil · Posted
      Congratulations on that. I  have been affiliation hoping through Zelda communities I used to be around. I remember I lurked this one before I joined and never was very active. Surprising to see me old avatar, hahah.
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      I'm just here to say two days ago was my 10 year anniversary here. Time sure flies, doesn't it. It only felt like yesterday I was an awkward middle schooler trying to make friends on the internet. Now I'm an awkward adult... nothing more to add to that.
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      Ego minefield. Although I've literally not changed at all (I'm not willing to test that by checking).
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    • Breath of the Wild Leads to 3D Printed Nintendo Switch Controller Adapter
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      Engineer designs controller adapter that allows one-handed gamers to play with both Nintendo Switch controllers. The Nintendo Switch is unique in its ability to allow gamers to player the console in a number of different ways. Gamers can play it as a traditional console with the Joy-Con controllers fitted into a standard single controller. Users can use the controllers separately within each hand, as two users, or even attach them to the modular screen and make it a mobile gaming system. A largely unnoticed issued is the accessibility for gamers with the use of only one hand. To be fair to Nintendo, this problem exists for most, if not all consoles, and is not a uniquely Nintendo Switch issue. One engineer, however, has developed a way to enable one-handed gamers to play with the Joy-Con controller. A 3D-PRINTED CONTROLLER Engineer Julio Vazquez developed two accessories that turn the two Joy-Con controllers into a one-handed controller. Using a 3D printer, Vazquez two adapters: one that creates a right-angle controller and another that moves the controllers side-by-side. Breath of the Wild was even used as inspiration for the side by side version, as Vazquez based the design on the Skeikah Slate found in the game. In addition to developing the accessories, Vazquez also made them available for free for anyone to download and print on Thingiverse. Side-by-side VersionRight-angle VersionVazquez explained his reason for developing the adapters, "This adapter was developed by request of my friend Rami Wehbe, who wanted a way to play Zelda: Breath of the Wild using only his left hand, as he lost the ability to control his right hand due to a cerebrovascular accident." The engineer also explained that the prototype tooks weeks to develop and test but he wanted to make sure it worked properly in order to help other gamers enjoy games like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. source: JulezGaming
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