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USC students create video game to help children with autism

from Gamespot

A team of students at the University of Southern California has developed a game called Social Clues, but not for profit, at least not right away. The 35 USC students, who have backgrounds in fields like engineering and design, have made the game to help autistic children. Specifically, the game aims to teach children to make eye contact, listen to others, and recognize others' emotions. In Social Clues, children play as one of two characters: ParticiPETE or communiKATE. more

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