Collaborative gaming and autism

A lot of my work for my masters project deals with children with autism. This paper describes an excellent method of trying to engage children with autism in turn-taking and social co-operative behavior through the use of Diamond Touch Table – which can also detect who is touching the table and react accordingly.

http://www.icdvrat.rdg.ac.uk/2008/papers/ICDVRAT2008_S04_N01_Battocchi_et_al.pdf

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