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3dRudder for sale in Microsoft stores and on Microsoft.com

Thanks to the Xbox Adaptive Controller and the 3dRudder foot controller, gamers suffering from upper body impairment are now able to play any of their favorite Xbox games with their feet.
 
 
Just plug it in
Getting started with the 3dRudder couldn’t be easier: all you have to do is plug the 3dRudder in the Xbox Adaptive Controller. The Adaptive Controller has 2 USB ports, one on each side. When you plug the 3dRudder in the right USB port, it takes the functionality of the right stick of the traditional gamepad -for camera control, gaze & aiming. Likewise, when you plug it in the left port it takes the functionality of the left stick -to move your character or vehicle, depending on in-game controls. Once your 3dRudder is plugged in, just put your feet on it and start playing.
 
Tutorial video: 3dRudder & Xbox Adaptive Controller
 
 
Gaming accessibility: a priority for the 3dRudder foot controller
The 3dRudder is a foot controller that is a naturally very convenient accessible peripheral for people with limited mobility. When used as a PC peripheral, it can be alternatively
  • a foot keyboard with up to 8 key bindings
  • a foot mouse with exactly the same functionalities as a hand mouse
  • a foot joystick with up to 4 axes
  • a foot powered VR motion controller
 
 
3dRudder compatible with Xbox Adaptative Controller with USB cable
 
 
 
The 3dRudder offers plenty of advantages for accessibility:
  • Rounded basis to trigger action with effortless movements of your feet
  • Button-free design for an intuitive use
  • Compatible with the Xbox Adaptative Controller and Xbox games
  •  Works on PC to play PC games, VR games & use Windows-based applications
$99/99€ at 3dRudder.comMicrosoft.comMicrosoft stores and major retailers. 

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