Yaliang Chuang, Ling-Yuah Chiu, Jya-Cheng Hu, George Chang, Hsin-Liu Kao, Tsen-Ying Lin, Kuang-Shih Huang, Li-Erh Chang, Rung-Huei Liang, Tai-Wei Kan, Li-Te Yang, Shuang-Yu Tsai
A Shining Stage In recent years, more and more children are found to have learning or behavior problems when they enter school. Some of them are diagnosed as having had insufficient sensory experience in their early childhood. To prevent this kind of problem, it is important to provide proper sensory stimulation during a child’s development. In this project, an interactive device for mobile infants (8 to 18 months) was implemented. The design integrates visual and auditory sensations to motivate young children’s body motion. It also provides various tactile sensations to enrich their sensitivities to touch. Based on the result of…
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