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Retired Miami-Dade teacher stirs controversy with realistic video game gun

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Retired Miami-Dade teacher stirs controversy with realistic video game gun

As a teacher turned inventor, David Kotkin has always been more superhero than villain.

When a cancer survivor and fellow entrepreneur struggled with an idea for a hands-free voice box, Kotkin helped him out. For a student at G. Holmes Braddock Senior High whose hereditary condition made playing video games near impossible, he invented an adaptor called the Avenger that made controllers more accessible.

But his latest invention has sent potential partners and public relations firms —not to mention aliens and Nazi zombies — running for cover.

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