Google Glass Flopped. But Kids With Autism Are Using It to Learn Emotions | KQED Future of You | KQED Science

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Finding Purpose Beyond the Original Intent, Google Glass:

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     One of the most interesting aspects of any discovery or invention is that its true purpose may be found not in its origins but in applications that reveal themselves in the wake of failure. It is so important to look beyond failure, whether of personal dreams or creations, to the immense possibilities that may come after. This is certainly true of Google Glass and its possible uses with people on the autism spectrum, the topic of today’s post. Never give up–keep searching for the possibilities!

Read…Reflect…Share Here, There, and Everywhere!

“Stanford University researchers hope a learning aid they are testing for kids with autism will be commercially available within two years.”

Source: Google Glass Flopped. But Kids With Autism Are Using It to Learn Emotions | KQED Future of You | KQED Science

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