Samsung launches app to help kids with autism

The app will help kids remember faces, make eye contact and read facial expressions.

Samsung Canada has partnered with Autism Speaks Canada to release 'Look At Me', an Android app which is designed to help kids with autism improve eye contact with others.

The app uses the smartphone's camera to help kids understand moods, read facial expressions and poses as well as help them remember faces and express themselves in a better way.

It features different 'missions' and levels, with a reward system and visual or sound effects.

The smartphone maker recommends using the app for 15-20 minutes each day.

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23rd December 2014
Computer Business Review