Researchers use google glass for autistic children.
From 100 autistic childrens, Julian Brown has trouble reading emotions in people’s faces, one of the biggest challenges for people with the Sensory Confusion Disorder.
Now the 10-year-old San Jose boy is getting help from “autism glass” — an experimental device that records and analyzes faces in real time and alerts him to the emotions they’re expressing.
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The facial-recognition program was developed at Stanford University and runs on Google Glass, a electronic headset with a camera and a tiny display on it.
Standford’s student Catalin Voss said “We had the idea of basically creating a behavioral aide that would recognize the expressions and faces for you and then give you social cues according to those,”
Julian is one of about 100 autistic children participating in a Stanford study to see if autism glass therapy can improve their face-reading abilities.
Autism Campaigner are excited that Scientists are developing technologies to help the estimated one in 68 American children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.
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