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New Video Game to Helps Children with Autism

A new game intends to teach children to make eye contact and recognize others' emotions.

A group of USC students has created an app for children with autisim.

The creators, who have experience in fields such as engineering and design, made the game in order to help autistic children.

In the game, titled Social Clues, children play as one of the characters: ParticiPETE or communiKate. The objective of the game is to find their lost toys, in which they must speak with characters in virtual portrayals of real world settings.

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