An Empathy Bridge for Autism

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App Details:

  • Version 1.9
  • Created & Sold by Kit Yung Lam
  • Released on August 11, 2017
  • File Size: 91 MB
  • Price: Free!
  • Age Rating: 4+
  • Categories: Education & Social Networking
 

Description:

An Empathy Bridge for Autism sends a message that people who have autism are just like us–only that they see, hear, and speak in quite unique ways. Using just ta mobile application, users can experience these unique senses themselves and get an insight into how people with autism perceive the world.

Autism may impact the way autistic people see. Seeing that they must interact with the world with a functionally impaired vision, it is easy to understand why we often come across people with autism having trouble making eye contact or keeping focused. Fatigue, disorientation, and frustration are common symptoms in these individuals. However, some autistic individuals are completely asymptomatic visually.

Instructions for Use

1) Start the Empathy Bridge application

2) Insert your mobile into the VR

3) Select the visual characteristics you want to experience

4) Wear your VR

5) Experience how people with autism see the world

Your Vision

1) Light hypersensitivity:

The visions of people with autism are more light-sensitive than those of others, so bright light often gives them headaches.

2) Overemphasized vivid colors:

Bright colors look brighter than how we would perceive them in people with autism. They may be sensitive to only specific colors or to a greater variety of colors.

3) Floating dust particles in the eyes:

People with autism sometimes have a sensation of their surroundings being totally encased by tiny spots or stars. During these episodes, particles become a hypnotic foreground whilst the rest of the world fades away.

4) Double vision:

Sometimes people with autism see everything as blurry or as a double vision, which makes them feel nauseous.

5) Partially blocked vision:

The visions of people with autism may be partially blocked as if someone is holding a hand in front of their face, blocking the view of one eye. In some cases their vision is blocked in a way that they can see only the middle.

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