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App helps autistic kids to remember faces

17 Mar 16
A new iPad app designed by a University of Victoria professor can aid kids with autism to learn and remember new faces, recognise and read facial expressions. The app is called 'Let's Face It! Scrapbook' and allows a user to take pictures of family and friends and then label them with the names. One can play games, thus enabling kids to associate faces with names. Children with autism spectrum disorder often avoid looking directly at faces. However, Professor Tanaka, who designed the app with the help of his students over a period of seven years, says the application can be used by anyone who has problem with remembering faces. He himself uses to remember the names of his students. The app has science-based games that train facial recognition through an interactive platform.

Soft Tennis- For Anyone and Everyone

23 Jan 18

Tennis was initially introduced to Japan in 19th century which was later modified and called as soft tennis. It is more played in Asia, especially in Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, Thailand ...
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The Reopening of ''Terra Kulture'' Theatre in Nigeria

23 Jan 18

''Terra Kulture Arena in Lagos'' is an educational, culture and arts centre located in Nigeria. It was built in 2003 to promote diversity in different culture.

It has a seating space o ...
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Find All About FootVolley

22 Jan 18

Footvolley was created by Octavio de Moraes in 1965 in Brazil. This game involves rules of beach volleyball. A football is used as volleyball and players are not allowed to use their hands to touch ...
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Identify People With Their DNA Using Software.

22 Jan 18

Software is designed to run on the MinION. It’s an instrument, size of a credit card that pulls the strands of DNA through its microscopic pores and read out sequences of nucleotides, or the ...
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Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival: All You Need to Know

21 Jan 18

Family friendly Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival held annually during the second week of April is Louisiana's largest free festival and is second to only Mardi Gras. It is held in the month of April ...
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