Xogo is pronounced Zo-Go.

Fun fact: Xogo means "play" in Galician.

Xogo is an adapter – so it works with all kinds of devices. It has inputs for assistive, Bluetooth, USB, and 3.5 MM jacks and outputs to game consoles, cable boxes, and more – so you can use devices that work best for you!

Xogo allows you to mix-and-match standard controllers and assistive technology so you can choose how you play video games and access other consumer technology.  Here are some ways you can use Xogo to control the way you play:

  • Collaborative Play – work together to control one player, so you can choose which buttons on a standard controller you control with assistive technology while a friend takes care of the rest.
  • Complete Customization – Replace up to all the controls on a standard controller with assistive technology. Having trouble reaching the right trigger and moving small joysticks? Use a push button and large joystick instead. There are unlimited ways you can customize your setup.
  • Use those same controls with cable boxes and more!

Assistive technology (AT) is any item, piece of equipment, software program, or product system that is used to increase, maintain, or improve the functional capabilities of people with disabilities. Our goal is to allow all assistive technology to work with standard consumer technology.

It’s easy. Plug Xogo into a power supply, connect it to your game console or other tech, then plug in your Bluetooth, USB, and 3.5 mm input devices to the front. An intuitive configuration page lets you assign each device control to replace standard inputs!

Xogo is for anyone that has trouble using a standard game controller due to a physical disability. It also works well for some cognitive disabilities for which using too many buttons can be overwhelming. Contact us with any questions.

Currently Xogo works on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 3 with more to come soon!

(Xogo also works with TiVo, many cable boxes, and other fun things like the Sphero BB-8)

Currently Xogo works with Bluetooth, USB, WiFi, and 3.5 mm (standard headphone input) devices and more! This covers a wide variety of devices already available.

Xbox and PlayStation controllers can connect via USB, with Bluetooth coming soon. Bluetooth connectivity for wheelchairs controls are also included if the controls can access HID mode. If there’s another input you want contact us so our engineers work on what’s most valuable for you.

No way! Xogo stands alone. 100% plug-and-play.

Xogo is being built with customization in mind – so we will be working hard to include PC and Mac support at launch. Let us know what you want to see next!

We are currently finishing up our beta tests and will be launching Xogo soon. In the meantime, there are a limited number of beta units available for purchase. If you’re interested in purchasing one of these units please submit an early access form and we’ll contact you!

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