Samsung Canada Donating 200 Tablets to Autism Families

Samsung released a new Android app, Look At Me, an interactive camera app designed to help kids learn how to better maintain eye contact, Tech Crunch reported. In partnership with Autism Speaks Canada, Samsung is also launching The Look at Me Project, a program that will donate 200 GALAXY Tab S devices preloaded with the app to 200 Canadian families living with autism.

The Look at Me app can help families and their children living with autism improve eye contact, better recognize facial expressions and build more powerful social and communication connections.

For more information or to apply for The Look at Me Project pilot program, Canadian families can visit Samsung.com/LookAtMe. Applications will be accepted between December 19, 2014 and January 16, 2015. Selected families will be notified by February 20, 2015.

The Look at Me app is available for free on Google Play and is compatible with Samsung GALAXY Tab S, Note 2,3 and 4, GALAXY Tab 3, 4 and 5, and Zoom 1 devices.

See how the app works in the video below.

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