The Makers Making Change booth at the Edmonton Maker Faire, including an Xbox Adaptive Controller, switches, and a monitor with a game playing

The Edmonton Maker Faire during K-Days from July 22nd to 24th was a great opportunity to meet many new people and spread the word about Makers Making Change. K-Days attendees got the chance to try out our Adaptive Gaming set-up, and learn how easy accessible gaming can be.

Our Adaptive Gaming outreach in Edmonton continues on August 11th at Stanley A. Milner Library, the flagship branch of the Edmonton Public Library, with a live demo from 2 pm – 5 pm MT.

Please stop by if you are looking to trial adaptive gaming devices like adaptive switches, the Xbox Adaptive Controller, or controller modifications. This is a great chance for new or returning gamers to try gaming with assistive technology and features.

Makers Making Change regional coordinator Shanelle demonstrating the Adaptive Gaming set-up to a video game player at the Edmonton Maker Faire

Two people standing playing the Adaptive Gaming set-up at the Makers Making Change booth