Assisting Autistic Children Through Virtual Reality Systems


This paper presents virtual reality (VR) and its impact on children with autism. It explores case studies that use virtual reality to teach children with autism. The project addresses challenges that children with autism face, as well as the means to which virtual reality can assist in accomplishing daily living skills. The paper highlights a VR game to create in the planning stage that can teach children safer ways to cross the street

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This paper was published in Clute Institute: Journals.

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