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This PS4 controller was made for a US Army Sgt. Luke Sprengle who lost the control of his left side a result of a vehicle rollover. He required a controller to be used soley by his right side. We discussed utilzing his right leg for some functions but opted to try all controls using just his right hand. The starting point was the right grip of a Sony PS2 Dual Flight stick controller. This was due to the ergonomics and potential to house the multitude of buttons needed. The PS4 controller board is housed in a seperate appendage mounted to the far side of the grip housing. The PS4 touch pad was not utilized at this point due to complexity and lack of proper location. The wiring from the controller to the buttons would go through a small conduit between the grip and the board housing. The soldier adapted to this new form factor very well and has been using it extensively.
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