BELLEVUE, WA - NOVEMBER 28: Retail learning specialist Solomon Romney (L) demonstrates the Microsoft Xbox adaptive gaming controller for Product Marketing Manager Jamal Washington during the Microsoft Annual Shareholders Meeting at the Meydenbauer Center on November 28, 2018 in Bellevue, Washington. Microsoft focused on the accessibility of many of their products during the meeting. (Photo by Stephen Brashear/Getty Images)

Microsoft has built a controller to help make gaming accessible to anyone and everyone. Not only do they believe parents and kids should be able to game safely, but they strongly support the notion of everyone being able to game equally.

The Adaptive Controller was designed for customers with disabilities who faced struggles with gripping controllers and accessing certain buttons. This “futuristic” controller has made gaming possible for thousands of kids and adults alike. Whether the controller needs to be played with your feet, or by the blink of an eye, or the movement of your mouth, Microsoft has made it possible.

As the company states on their website, “Nothing should come between you and the games you love. Xbox strives to eliminate barriers, and to empower gamers to play the way they play.”