St. Paul's hospital to host workshop on innovative health apps
Ever wonder how it feels to experience the world as someone with autism? Well, there’s a game that can simulate exactly that.
Auti-Sim, a game currently available for free online, was created by a developer, designer, and early childhood educator in Vancouver. Set in a virtual playground, the game allows users to see and feel what childhood play is like for someone with the hypersensitive hearing that can result from autism.
It’s an example of the many innovative games, tools, and apps developed through collaborations between health-care and technology professionals in order to bring health services to the digital world.
Linda Givetash Reports
Tiko Kerr, Vancouver Artist and patient of Dr. Julio Montaner