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Self-Music Therapy / Wearable device

Self-Music Therapy
Self-Music Therapy

Autistic children need continuous interest and need treatment in various angles. Music treatment is a tool that can induce physical response of a child in any environment with no relations to the autistic child’s capability, which is used as a non-verbal communication tool. Rhythmical Socks is a wearable music treatment device that changes rhythm into sound according to the behavioral pattern of autistic children who have difficulty in expressing themselves.

University

Jeju national university

Jeju national university
Jeju-si, South Korea

Mina Kim,
Jeju national university +PD Lab

Dae gwon Kim,
Jeju national university +PD Lab