Google Glass may have an afterlife as a device to teach autistic children [NYTimes; Metz]

Catalin Voss started building software for Google Glass in 2013, when he was an 18-year-old Stanford freshman. Now a PhD student, he's developed an app with Prof. Dennis Wall that shows promise as a tool for children with #autism. — Stanford University (@Stanford) July 17, 2019

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