Tech kids at Indian High School plan an app for austistic children

Aman Ali, Ajay Kamath and Palash Chhawani from the Indian High School plan to build an edutainment app using the ‘Leap developer device’ given to them by California-based company Leap Motion. The company agreed to to their idea idea to build an app for autistic children.

The kids had earlier built an app for the Blackberry which won them recognition and free devices from Blackberry.

The boys plan to build an app using motion-based gestures as a learning tool for young children with learning difficulties.

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