New gaming technology for kids with disabilities

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Now you might think the big names in games are there for everyone to enjoy.

But some people find it more difficult than others to play... that was until now.

The computer games industry is changing to make gaming more accessible for kids with disabilities.

Charity SpecialEffect uses modified controllers and new techniques like eye tracking technology, to make sure that disabled people don't miss out on the action.

So we sent Joe to meet some kids who've been trying out the new technology, and to speak to Gavin Tan, who develops the systems.

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