I'm not sure if this is the correct place to ask.
I have a friend that is quadriplegic, he has some use of his hands, and limited vision. I purchased a cv1 and was thinking he might be able to utilize the rift to play games for some freedom and fun, while trying to help with his hand eye coordination.
1) One problem though, is when he's in game I need to be able to make the selections. So far some games I can do that, but I have to have the controller in my hand then try to get it back on his hand, which isn't super coorperative. So it would be nice if I could make the selections with the mouse from the desktop.
2) It would be nice to be able to disable all buttons on the controllers that he doesn't need. When playing Audioshield, he hits the menu button and doesn't realize it, and of course I can't see that pop up on the desktop, so basically he can't play. If I could disable all the buttons, because you don't need any for that game, it would make it playable for him. Games that require just a trigger to shoot, it would be great to stop all other buttons as well so he's not constantly hitting them accidentally.
Is there software already that does this? if so please direct me in the right place. And if not, please, oculus needs to implement something like this, people with severe disabilities could be able to use this device, just a few more functions for them needs to be created so it's playable.