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As part of the process to design a device that would enable users with intellectual disabilities to navigate through virtual environments, an earlier study had collected baseline data against which to evaluate prototype design solutions. This study describes the evaluation of three design solutions: two modifications to a standard games joystick and a two handed device. Evaluation data were collected while 22 people with intellectual disabilities worked through four VE designed using a gamesdoi:10.1007/978-1-4471-3719-1_7 fatcat:lghcyrbcafa75nadk7foc4ib2a