RASL members presented four papers at this year’s Human-Computer Interaction International conference (HCII 2015).
Zhi Zheng, Lian Zhang, and Josh Wade presented at this year’s conference held in Los Angeles, CA. Zhi Zheng’s paper entitled Design of a Computer-assisted System for Teaching Attentional Skills to Toddlers with Autism received the award for best paper!
- Design of a Computer-assisted System for Teaching Attentional Skills to Toddlers with Autism (Best Paper Award)
- Multimodal Fusion for Cognitive Load Measurement in an Adaptive Virtual Reality Driving Task for Autism Intervention
- A Virtual Reality Driving Environment for Training Safe Gaze Patterns: Applications in Individuals with ASD
- Understanding and Improving Collaborative Skills among Individuals with Asd in a Distributed Virtual Environment
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