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From UK-based charity SpecialEffect comes a special release that allows people with physical disabilities experience the joys of Minecraft. Using special eye-tracking software that is compatible with all Windows versions of Minecraft it covers everything from building, exploring, attacking, and even chat.

Truly a wonderful new tool.

SpecialEffect Founder and CEO Dr Mick Donegan said, “For us, EyeMine represents a watershed development. It’s a flagship example of taking the experience we’ve gained through our one-to-one work with gamers with the most severe physical disabilities and translating it into a means of helping a huge number of people on a global scale.”

Development was a collaborative effort with a number of people with physical disabilities, and supports various different ability levels.

For more information, including download links and tutorials, head here.

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