Flutter offers a safe and positive platform for disconnected youth to express themselves in times of need

Based on the idea that young people find it difficult to convey their emotions, Flutter aims to bring back positivity into their lives during troubled and isolated times.

Created at the Fabrica Communications Research Center in Italy, and designed by Alex Rothera, Ivor Williams, Jacopo Atzori, and Aaron Gillett, the app uses gesture recognition technology to help those grieving a loved one. At times like this, young people, who are often experiencing death for the first time, tend to isolate themselves and become withdrawn, finding it hard to reach out for help.

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