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Chloe Hyunjee Koo / Cubric

Chloe Hyunjee Koo
Chloe Hyunjee Koo

The purpose of this research is to design an interactive toy that is enjoyable and provides a play platform for visually impaired children and non visually impaired children between the ages of 2 to 4 while their tactile development. It incorporates music and uses different kind of fabric to help the development of their sense of touch, muscle and balancing all at the same time.

The dark environment of the game integrates visually impaired kids with non visually impaired children. It is a friendly and welcoming approach for both children to play together in a safe environment. The interactive toy could be good for social integration and mutu

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Parsons The New School for Design

Parsons The New School for Design
New York, United States

Chloe Koo,
Parsons The New School for Design