Brothers, Andrew and Josh Cameron, started Andosh Accessible Gaming to help people with disabilities access video games. They grew up with Hyper Mobile Ehlers Danlos Syndrome. The brothers love playing video games however, their disability often made this difficult. They spent years looking for a solution without much success. The few potential controllers they were able to find were either too expensive, or didn’t properly meet their needs. Eventually, they decided to try building their own solutions. Today, they are putting their well-honed skills to practical use; adapting and modifying games controllers, repairing game consoles and 3-D printing.