Dad Builds Adaptive Controller So His Daughter Can Play Zelda


A Man has created a custom controller for his daughter so she is able to play the Nintendo Switch video game Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

Rory Steel built the controller for his 9 year old Ava using a Microsoft Adaptive Controller and some general parts acquired from eBay. The videos he has posted to twitter are the most heartwarming things you'll see today.

The device helps Ava to play the game like all her friends creating a way for her to navigate around a disability that effects her motor controls and speech. 

Mr Steel plans to make instructions available online so that other people can build similar devices. 


Who else wants to vote this guy in for "Father of the Year" already?


Check out this video of how the Xbox adaptive controller is helping people with disabilities to play games.