More Robots for Autism on ABC News
[Source: ABC News and the Los Angeles Times]
An endearing little robot named Bandit may be the newest technology to help children with autism better understand social cues and emotional behavior.
Researchers at the Robotics Research Lab at University of Southern California have created studies for children with autism to interact and play with Bandit, a small human-like robot with movable eyebrows and mouth, and motion sensors that allow him to back away or move forward.
The designers hoped to create a balance between human and robot so that he is approachable and engaging without being too realistic or intimidating.
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