JP hasn’t experienced much of the new world himself. he hasn’t seen the sun. Or heard the bustle of a high street since he got absorbed - so, after some tinkling. Lafontaine uploaded JP onto a pair of Google glasses.
As Google retools its Glass experiment, researchers at Stanford are using the device to help autistic children recognize and classify emotions.
The Autism Glass Project, a part of the Wall Lab in the Stanford School of Medicine, Stanford researchers, Catalin Voss and Nick Haber, are pairing face-tracking technology with machine learning to build at-home treatments for autism.
“What we’re doing is giving children with autism superpowers,” says Voss.