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Published on Jun 14, 2011
In the Health 2.0 Pavilion at Maker Faire this year there were three projects from students in the Interactive Telecommunications Program at NYU. Liza Singer walked me through the educational multitouch table that is easy to build yourself and some of the adaptive software that she was developing to allow autistic children to have positive feedback and interactive experiences to enhance their learning. Only at the start of developing software, she showcases a simple dressing scenario for a typical business day.