Proximity Detection for Autism Research wins Dean’s Choice award

March 22nd, 2016  |  Published in News

Congratulations to Baldwin Chang, Anthony Foley, and Meghan Matibag, whose Senior design project has won a Dean’s Choice award.

The project, Proximity Detection for Autism Research, is aimed at looking at new methods of conducting autism-related therapy. The team has started building an application to relate proximity and orientation between subjects within a controlled environment to collect data regarding conversational cues.


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