Over the past few years, I have been working on LinguaBytes , a project aimed at developing a play-and-learning system that would stimulate the language development of non- or hardly speaking children between one and four years old. The project resulted in a modular tangible interface that allows children and their caregivers to read interactive stories and do games and exercises aimed at early language development. In many cases, the delayed language development of non- or hardly speaking children is caused by retardations in their cognitive and/or motor skills, often due to brain damage. Other such children may have…
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