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UVIC Develops Groundbreaking Video Game to Help People with Autism

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Uploaded on Jan 12, 2012

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UVIC - There is some ground-breaking research being done at the University of Victoria and it is helping people with autism break through social and emotional barriers.

The new centre for autism research technology and education at UVic has developed a computer game with facial recognition software that encourages children to mimick an expression.

The program's goal is to give people with autism the tools they need everyday to communicate better with family and friends.


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