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A Stanford grad student’s invention uses Google Glass (that displays computer based information in front of the eyes using the device shaped like a pair of eyeglasses), to help autistic children recognize facial and social cues in real time. Kids diagnosed with autism often struggle with making eye contact as well as recognizing emotions and social cues exchanged with other people. Google Glass could become a tool to help these children.

Read the full Report by The Scientific American

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