Virtual reality may be a help to autistic children in the classroom

Category: News Published: 05 May 2017

I met a graphic designer named Kate last summer at one of my several locals (a ring of pubs form a cheerfully protective moat a certain distance from my house). Gaining my trust by agreeing that, yes, the design of my new business cards was indeed eye-glazingly synthetic, Kate went on to tell me she was earning her masters in virtual reality, as a means to better understand her autistic partner.

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