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Uploaded on Apr 3, 2012
Sometimes meaningful innovation is as simple as looking at technology through the eyes of a child.
Most visually impaired children can detect and respond to light. Partnering with Perkins School for the Blind, Philips is exploring if it is possible to use patterns of light and color as a diagnostic, therapeutic or assistive device. Can this help us to better communicate with them? Could it help in developing new skills and behaviors?
We believe true potential lies not only in what parents, teachers and therapists can show them, but what they can show us.