Samsung App for Autistic Kids Improves Eye Contact and Emotion Identification

Samsung App for Autistic Kids Improves Eye Contact and Emotion Identification
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Look At Me is an app that will help kids with autism recognize faces and emotions through fun gameplay

Leo Lutero
  • 26 january 2015

 

The Look at Me app is designed to help children with autism practice their social skills through an Android game.

To earn points, kids would have to recognize and match faces, locate facial features and read emotions from pictures. Kids would also have to act out emotions which are recognized by face detection technologies within the app. Stages of the app asks for participation from a parent or a guardian to also act out emotions.

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