Kinetic Learning

Special Needs

Kinetic Learning

Jun 6, 2012

KINECT-IC LEARNING: The Microsoft Kinect is often marketed with family-friendly, silly dance games, but it's a serious approach for autism therapy and special needs patients. Teachers and researchers are sharing promising reports of kids following rules and interacting with each other, suggesting that avatars can provide a level of comfort not found in other mediums.

KINECT-IC LEARNING: The Microsoft Kinect is often marketed with family-friendly, silly dance games, but it's a serious approach for autism therapy and special needs patients. Teachers and researchers are sharing promising reports of kids following rules and interacting with each other, suggesting that avatars can provide a level of comfort not found in other mediums.

 

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