Sony is working on its own accessibility controller, which it has code named Project Leonardo, and which debuted at CES.

Earlier today, PlayStation released a new video, which takes the form of a fireside chat between some of the controller’s creators. This includes SIE’s Sr. Technical Program Manager Alvin Daniel, Insomniac Games’ Accessibility Design Researcher Sam Schaffel, and accessibility consultant Paul Lane.

Watch as they talk about the controller’s origins and developing it from an idea.

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