A touch-based prototype to facilitate the Rapid Prompting Method (RPM) for Autistic children
Received 2nd place in "Life Long Health and Well-Being" category in CIC (Convergence Innovation Competition), held by Georgia Tech Research Network Operations Center (RNOC) and the Institute for People and Technology (IPaT)
Category: # Autism, #learning tools, #Capacitive Touch Sensing, #Real-time Communication, #UI Design
Date: Fall 2016
Responsive Letter board is a prototype to facilitate the Rapid Prompting Method (RPM) which is a method to help children with Autism Spectrum Disorder the ability to communicate with others. The hardware part of device works based on capacitive touch sensing and real time data stream over WIFI. It also includes a web interface and back end server to transfer data real time.
check the full draft for hardware, electronics and software development here.
check the poster here
check the web interface here