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Boy makes a Nintendo DS Lite easier to Handle for People with Poor Grip

Shared by Marie Esmenio on 2014-10-28 17:11

About the solution

Conker and his father started working on a solution that involves plastic milk, adding some of that very carefully on the buttons increases the touch sensibility making easier for grandma to press them.

The little boy surprised his grandmother at Christmas with this simple trick!

Check the full post on instructables and make it yourself:

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About the author

Conker-X is the username of this young boy on instructables, who is from the UK. His grandmother likes to play Braintraining on the Nintendo DS but due to poliomyelitis in her child-hood she developed some grip problems. She has a weak grip and that makes it hard to press the buttons.

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