Royal College of Art graduate Heeju Kim has designed a Google Cardboard application that is paired with a collection of awkwardly shaped candies meant to impede speech

Autism, defined as a mental condition characterized by a difficulty in communicating and forming relationships with others, as well as with the struggle of putting abstract concepts to use, is often a foreign notion to most, making it difficult for people to empathize with those on the spectrum. To bring the feeling of being autistic home to those without the disability, Royal College of Art graduate Heeju Kim has designed a collection of awkwardly shaped candies meant to impede speech, which made an appearance in last year's Dubai Design Week, as part of Global Grad Show.

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