The AbleGamers Foundation is pleased to partner with Quasimoto Interactive to issue the foundation’s first Assistive Technology grant to improve a child’s access to mainstream gaming, just in time for the Holiday Season.
According to Mark Barlet, President of the AbleGamers Foundation, Quasimoto has fulfilled a need for a deserving disabled gamer in the community. AbleGamers hopes that with the help of the many gaming companies that this is the first of many grants to continue to aid individuals with physical disabilities.
The AbleGamers Foundation is a public charity that runs AbleGamers.com provide news, reviews, and advice on disabled technology and the accessibility of mainstream video game titles. As an alternative to Serious Gaming, mainstream video games supply many disabled individuals and veterans with rehabilitation as well as social stimulation in situations where they may be otherwise shut out of society’s idea of normal everyday life.
The AbleGamers Foundation’s mission is to empower people with disabilities to enjoy digital revolution that is taking place in gaming. They are a nonprofit organization that provides video game accessibility for the disabled gamer. AbleGamers participated in the 2010 INDATA Conference providing a hands-on demonstrations of accessible technology and games that can be used to play the Nintendo Wii, Microsoft Xbox, Sony PS3, and computer games.
Quasimoto Interactive, Inc. is a privately-owned specialty designer and manufacturer of high-end game cabinets and electronics that recognizes the value of innovative products for the modern game room. With over a decade of history of launching revolutionary niche hardware products for interactive entertainment consumers, Quasimoto products have merged the specialized game play of the neighborhood arcade center with the mass popularity of the video game industry. A growing focus for Quasimoto is the adaptive technologies market and the research and development to deliver high-end, quality products to gamers of all abilities.
For more information about the grant and AbleGamers foundation, visit the AbleGamers website.