Samsung develops ‘Look At Me’ app to help kids suffering with autism

Samsung has developed a new interactive app called as ‘Look At Me’ for kids suffering with autism in partnership with Autism Speaks Canada. This app will help children with autism in making eye contact, read facial expressions, and express their emotions. Samsung will donate 200 Galaxy Tab S devices, which will be pre-loaded with the Look At Me app, to families with children with autism. This project will be first launched in Canada and if you want to apply for a free tablet, you can do it here. Samsung says that the app has been designed to support meaningful connections between children, parents, and caregivers. The app has been launched under Samsung’s global “Launching People” campaign, which identifies and invests in potential inspiring people in unleashing their dreams using Samsung’s technology.

The Look At Me app will be available on Google Play Store soon. If you want to see how this app works, Samsung has released a video explaining that.


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