ComFiM: a game for multitouch devices to encourage communication between people with autism

@article{Ribeiro2014ComFiMAG,
  title={ComFiM: a game for multitouch devices to encourage communication between people with autism},
  author={Paula Ceccon Ribeiro and Alberto Barbosa Raposo},
  journal={2014 IEEE 3nd International Conference on Serious Games and Applications for Health (SeGAH)},
  year={2014},
  pages={1-8}
}
At about 50% of the people diagnosed with autism have problems in developing any kind of functional language. Having this is mind, we developed a game, called ComFiM, for multitouch devices, aiming to encourage communication between people with autism. This paper presents the development and evaluation of ComFiM, exposing design decisions and results. ComFiM was developed based on requirements of a group of children with a severe degree of autism. The game was evaluated following research… CONTINUE READING

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