A dad from Jersey has created a gaming controller to help his children play game 'like their friends'.
Rory Steel’s daughter, Ava, and son Corban both have difficulties moving their limbs.
His children know how to play the games and what to do but they could not physically click the buttons.
The self-confessed geek spent time researching the best way to make the controller and hopes to make further adaptations to make it even better.
He posted a video to twitter showing the controller which has now been viewed by over 1,500,000 times.
The determined dad has now been approached by Microsoft and Logitech about the contraption, which enables his daughter to play computer games.
Now the dad hopes to help others make the controllers and will be releasing a step-by-step video.