Students create video game to help children with autism

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Global Accessibility News

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USA

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Tue, 22/04/2014

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Global Accessibility News - A child with autism fires up an iPad and launches an app for Social Clues, a video game with a higher purpose. Developed by a team of 35 University of Southern California (USC) students, including engineering, MBA, design and others, the game transports players to a make-believe world that entertains, while teaching children on the spectrum to make eye contact, listen to others and engage in conversation.
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