Vanderbilt Research News recently published an article on some of the autism intervention research going on at RASL. This story was also picked up by NBC News and broadcast nationally.
One of RASL’s ongoing projects was featured nationwide on NBC News this week. See the local coverage here, and Vandy Research News’s coverage below.
This work has also been recognized by Autism Speaks (video above) and is discussed in detail in several publications:
- A Gaze-Contingent Adaptive Virtual Reality Driving Environment for Intervention in Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Cognitive load measurement in a Virtual Reality-based Driving System for Autism Intervention
- Online Engagement Detection and Task Adaptation in a Virtual Reality Based Driving Simulator for Autism Intervention