“Look to remove”: A virtual reality application on word learning for chinese children with Autism
Till now, very few works have studied Virtual-Reality (VR) based intervention on Chinese children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), which motivates our study here. In particular, we designed a VR room where players learn new words through the ‘look’ of its visual form on one of the walls of the room. The integration of audio and visual modalities in the VR environment further promotes children’s word-recognition skills. This study offers early insights into the acceptability of such intervention technique among Chinese parents and their children with ASD. Moreover, the study also attempts to examine how children explore and scan their field of view, and how these eye-gaze patterns relate to their word-learning skill.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)
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Winoto, Pinata; Xu, Clerk Nuo; and Zhu, Adam An, "“Look to remove”: A virtual reality application on word learning for chinese children with Autism" (2016). Kean Publications. 1812.