With technological advancement at its peak, most companies have been launching games which help kids in their communication and also educated them together with their parents. Some of these apps are helping kids cope with various situations in their social life. Â The people who live with the problem of autism have a problem of maintaining eye contact and also getting to know the emotions of various people. Samsung has been the first company that has tried to offer a solution to parents whose kids have this problem, through the introduction of this new app. With the app, kids can be able to express their emotion, get to read the various facial expressions and it will also improve their eye contact.
Samsung has recommended that the app is safe to use for a period of 15-20 minutes per day where within a week, there will be visible improvement. What has motivated Samsung to come up with this app is the need to help those families who cannot afford the treatment which is so expensive. This app has been developed by professors and doctors who have made some of the improvements making it safe for use.
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This app uses Smartphone cameras. This is to help the kids in learning the moods for various people. It also helps affected kids remember the various faces they have seen on the screen. Afterwards, the kids can react to facial expressions with different poses. So that affected kids can be engaged in the whole process, the app has sound effects and rewards. Â With some of the interactive missions, the child finds it fun using the application and will be motivated to play it daily. This will eventually improve his/her eye contact with time.
The app is available on the Google Play Store. Samsung Canada initiated this ‘Look At Me’ app and they are looking forward to being of great help to kids suffering from autism. The app will be compatible with the Note 2, Galaxy Tap 4, Note 3 among others.
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October 02 2014