Whec.com: Google Glasses may help kids with autism

Children with autism often struggle to read nonverbal cues. In a recent study, 14 children with autism used the glasses for an average of just over 10 weeks. Twelve of those children showed more eye contact and improved social skills. The technology uses the camera on the glasses to read facial expressions.


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