Microsoft gets Memphis veterans back in the game with adaptive Xbox controller donation

By , Daily Memphian Updated: May 17, 2019 1:15 AM CT | Published: May 16, 2019 5:49 PM CT
<strong>U.S. Navy veteran Anthony Gilliam (left) goes over some video game pointers with Microsoft employee Derek Spirala at the Memphis VA Medical Center on Thursday, May 16.&nbsp;Gilliam, who is paraplegic, tried out Microsoft&rsquo;s new Xbox Adaptive Controller, designed for people with limited mobility.</strong>&nbsp;(Patrick Lantrip/Daily Memphian)

U.S. Navy veteran Anthony Gilliam (left) goes over some video game pointers with Microsoft employee Derek Spirala at the Memphis VA Medical Center on Thursday, May 16. Gilliam, who is paraplegic, tried out Microsoft’s new Xbox Adaptive Controller, designed for people with limited mobility. (Patrick Lantrip/Daily Memphian)

The Memphis VA Medical Center is one of 22 VA rehabilitation centers across the country selected as a test site for Microsoft’s new Xbox Adaptive Controller, designed for people with limited mobility.

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Michelle Corbet

Michelle Corbet

Michelle Corbet covers business for The Daily Memphian. Prior to, she was a reporter at the Memphis Business Journal. A native Memphian and University of Memphis graduate, Michelle covered business in Conway, Arkansas after college. Michelle got her start covering business as an intern at The Commercial Appeal.


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