Look At Me .. a new application from Samsung to help autistic patients




Samsung Monday launched a new application aimed at those living with autism and who often suffer from a problem in communicating with others through the eyes and in the realization of their emotions.

Samsung seeks through its application, which bears the name of “look at me” Look At Me to help autistic children to develop these skills cheerful manner.

At present, the application is available Look At Me to the new operating system Android and a number of Samsung devices, which uses the phone’s camera to help children learn how to read people’s moods, and remember faces and express themselves facial expressions.

As the application to transfer these activities to the Games through interactive tasks and points system, and can be completed within a week to play with for 15 to 20 minutes a day.

It aims Look At Me to help children who suffer from autism to develop their communication skills, so that they are more comfortable in different social situations while they are growing up.

Samsung explained that the new application is compatible with smart phones, “Galaxy S 3,” and “Galaxy S 4”, and “Galaxy S 5”, and “Galaxy Note 2”, and “Galaxy Note 3,” and “Galaxy Note 4” and “Galaxy unnecessary,” and “unnecessary Galaxy 2”, and Computer Tablet “Galaxy Tab feed.”


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