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Startup Brain Power Uses Google Glass To Develop Apps For Kids With Autism

Though many developers have begun to abandon Google Glass, a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based startup called Brain Power believes that the hardware still has plenty of possibilities for children with autism. Brain Power develops Google Glass apps, as well as hardware add-ons, that help kids learn …

Sorry, But Google Glass Isn’t Anywhere Close to Dead

Ned Sahin is betting the future of his company on Google Glass.<p>Sahin is a cognitive neuroscientist with a PhD from Harvard and a masters from MIT, …

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Kids with Autism Love Playing and Engaging with the Brain Power System

Is Google Glass a Game-Changer for Autism? CBS-Brain Power Exclusive

How Wearable Technology Could Benefit Individuals with Autism

<b>(September 26, 2014)</b> - Autism Speaks, the world’s leading autism science and advocacy organization, hosted more than 25 first spouses and dignitaries …

Autism, It's a Hot Focus for Tech

<b>An Autism Primer</b><p>While 1 in 68 children have autism , there is still much debate about the causes of autism, although it is likely that both genetic and environmental factors are at play. Autism is described as a "spectrum" representing a huge breadth of severity across several different groups of …



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Local Entrepreneur-Scientist Develops Google Glass Program For Kids With Autism

CAMBRIDGE (CBS) – For the estimated one in 68 American children now born with disorders on the autism spectrum, technology could be a powerful tool. …

Google Glass For Autism Diagnosis And Treatment? Why Not, Says Stanford Researchers

Advertisement<p>Stanford Medicine researchers are developing a machine learning and artificial intelligence system using Google Glass in order to help …

Scientists Are Using Google Glass To Help Autistic Kids ‘See’ Emotions

Remember how Google Glass was going to help us all text, surf and navigate into the future totally hands-free? Only it kind of turned out to be a …


Google Glass Flopped. But Kids With Autism Are Using It to Learn Emotions

Gabby Warner craved a Google Glass headset when it first became available so she could search the web. But now, she’s using it for a more profound<b></b> …


Google glass to help kids with autism ‘see’ emotions

Researchers are developing a special technology based on the Google glass device that could help children born with autism recognize, classify, and …

Google Glass Shows Promise Improving Lives of People with Autism

Researchers are looking for ways to use Google Glass to improve the capabilities of individuals with disabilities, including autism, according to USA …

Using Google Glass to Enhance Brain Power in Autism

Stanford Researchers Treat Autism With Google Glass

As Google retools its Glass experiment, researchers at Stanford are using the device to help autistic children recognize and classify emotions.<p>In a small office buried inside an administrative building at Stanford, Catalin Voss and Nick Haber are pairing face-tracking technology with machine …


Google Glass for Autism "Game-Changer" Video -CBS Nov 2014 - Brain Power LLC

Clinical Trial Will Test if Google Glass Can Help Kids with Autism

In his first year at Stanford, Catalin Voss helped build an app for Google Glass that could recognize emotions. If you put on Google’s computerized …


Unlocking Autism, Empowering the Brain | BRAIN POWER | First Wearable Classroom for Autism

WE’RE LIVING AT AN EXCITING TIME:<br>when the BRAIN’s deepest secrets are being revealed,<br>and wearable COMPUTERS are allowing unprecedented interactions …


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Facts About ASDs

Developmental Milestones Matter!<br>Skills, such as taking a first step, smiling for the first time, and waving "bye-bye," are called developmental …


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Jon Stewart raises $2.2 million for autism charity on his last show - w/video

From Wikipedia<p><b>New York</b> — There could have been no better way for Jon Stewart to bid his final goodbye on his long-running satirical news program,</i> …


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