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People with autism or Alzheimer's struggle to interact with the outside world. This mixed-reality device helps users to deal with social interactions by giving them subtle guides on body language and speech nuances of the person talking to them to keep the conversation flowing. The device uses a camera to scan the surroundings then provides feedback in the form of audio cues to help the user. Through facial recognition, the device helps the user to recognize the person’s name or even plays a related sound to give the user more recall about the person. The device also helps make activities such as shopping experience more comfortable.