Alexander Kostov, who has spinal muscular atrophy, can't play video games using a keyboard or controller. Instead, he uses special equipment—voice controls, hand switches, and so forth.
Here's a lovely little story: Lee, a British gamer with spinal muscular atrophy, was able to play and complete Grand Theft Auto V thanks to the British charity Special Effect. His testimony is worth your time—it's interesting and poignant. Video above.
Maybe what drew you here is the chance to watch someone play a video game using technology that tracks eye movement. But make sure you stick around to hear about the people who make that possible.
The Retro Remakes competition has returned for 2008, this time with a charitable twist. As well as five categories for different types of remake or tribute retro game (see here for the full list), this year's competition features a special 'Game For Helen' category that challenges coders to create a retro videogame…