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Samsung’s new app helps autistic children overcome their social fears

Samsung Look at Me

A new app from Samsung aims to help kids suffering from autism. This app known as Look At Me has already been used in case studies across the globe with Samsung’s official video giving us a good idea of how it works. In essence, this is a camera app which can interact playfully with kids and help them overcome their fears or the ability to make eye contact with people.

Samsung will deploy 200 Galaxy Tab S devices with this app pre installed, which you can get for yourself by signing up here. The company obviously aims to bring it to the Play Store as well, although the timeframe hasn’t been specified as of yet.

Samsung is making inroads in the health department and this is one of its many achievements in this area. The service will be initially rolled out in Canada in accordance with Autism Speaks Canada. Additional markets are expected to get it soon.

What do you make of Samsung’s new app? Let us know below.

Source: Samsung

Via: Mobile Syrup

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