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The hands-free creation of a full video game

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Nice article on coding using voice recognition without the use of your hands.  Where there is a will, there is a way.

Longtime developer and Austin resident Rusty Moyher was diagnosed with Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) roughly five years ago... Moyher wanted to prove that his dream—of making legitimate video games without using his hands—was possible. For him, the only true answer was to make and launch a good, working game—and to tell the world how he did it so that others might follow suit.

https://arstechnica....f-a-full-video-game/




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