Dreamware: edutainment system for children with developmental disability

  title={Dreamware: edutainment system for children with developmental disability},
  author={Jin-Hee Lee and Ei-Kyu Choi and Minseok Song and Byeong-Seok Shin},
  journal={Multimedia Tools and Applications},
We designed and implemented an edutainment platform, Dreamware. It effectively helps education, sensibility treatment and intelligence training for children with developmental disability. We developed special toy-like hardware and software tools: a content authoring tool that makes a variety of multimedia content operating on the hardware, a management tool that provides training results to instructors, and a real-time monitoring tool to observe the current state of learning. The hardware is… 
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