Oct 25 2007One-Handed Controller For Serious Baters

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Ben Heck, a man who loves modding, has produced the "Access Controller", which is a controller for the XBox 360 that you can use with one hand.

You lay this controller on your leg, table or arm of a chair and all the buttons are available on the top surface. The gag is that each of the five sections is removable and you can plug them anywhere you want. This not only makes the controller work for both left and right handed use (simply mirror the layout) but it also allows the user to optimize the button placement on a game-by-game basis.

Now when I first saw this I got really excited. Not because I have any interest in playing video games one-handed, because why the hell would I want to do that. No, I was excited because I thought it was a flask. I mean really, what good is a f'ing one-handed controller if it can't sneak booze into college football games.

Two more pictures after the jump.

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One-Handed Wireless Xbox 360 Controller [techeblog]

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sorry , but the only thing i reserve for one hadn is beating off to indian midget porn, and i'm tlaking about the "woohoo" indians, not the 'red dot" ones....

That looks like a giant flask! There must be some sort of significance to this design.

Do want.

This will really help me get my fap on when I'm DOAing it up in my room.

Nice try game console ppl... still doesn't beat my Nostromo SpeedPad n52 for my PC.
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Cool idea actually, I thought it was a flask too but:

"I mean really, what good is a f'ing one-handed controller if it can't sneak booze into college football games."

You attend college football games? I thought you were a member of GEEKologie. :O !

Ok am I the only one who is still irked by the "Baters" in the title? Does he mean "batters" ? Baters to me is plural to a person who bates their fishing line.

Oh and the controller...eh, it's ok, I have no use for it.

My dad could use one of these he always wanted to play 360 but was unable to after his stroke and loss of the ability of his right hand.

Holy. Poo.

My dad could use one of these he always wanted to play 360 but was unable to after his stroke and loss of the ability of his right hand.

That's actually what this project was designed for, he was commissioned about a year ago to design a one-handed controller for a soldier injured in Iraq.

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