The Redmond giant chose to announce its new Xbox Adaptive Controller on Global Accessibility Awareness Day, and the new device will be priced at $99.99 USD and be available exclusively on the Microsoft Store.
SpecialEffect, which is known for customized gaming setups for those with physical disabilities, recently released EyeMine, which lets anyone with a Windows computer play Minecraft with eye-tracking hardware.
The award came from the Annual U.S. Business Leadership Network (USBLN) National Conference, and celebrates another milestone in the company's advancement in technology for the blind, deaf, and other differently abled individuals.
The Microsoft Accessibility summit provided insights into regulations, specifications, and standards so that accessible and adaptive technologies can act as a support system for empowerment of persons with disabilities.
For people that need more help setting up their new Microsoft Surface or Windows 10 PC, Microsoft worked with the Windows Out-of-Box-Experience (OOBE) team to provide more accessibility options in Windows 10 Insider build 15002.