Samsung: Look At Me App helping Autistic Kids

Tue, Jan 6, 2015
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Here is where brands and agencies can really make a difference; Introducing ‘Look At Me’ an app from Samsung, that is scientifically designed, tested and proven to help children with Autism learn to make eye-contact with their family and friends.

Doctors and Universities teamed up with Samsung and agency Cheil Worldwide to create the app, which, through a series of games and missions that help children improve their facial recognition skills, read facial expressions, express their own emotions and to be able to look at loved ones faces, has helped over 60% of kids make noticeable improvements in their ability to engage in eye-contact.

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