University of Buffalo researchers develop a medical app that uses an iPhone’s camera and algorithms to detect autism early.
Three new ResearchKit apps launch for autism, melanoma, and seizures including the first to use Apple Watch.
Can Google Glass improve emotions, attention, and gaze in those with autism?
Affectiva has developed a wearable, wireless sensor capable of detecting subtle changes in users emotion, including stress and excitement levels, by measuring electro-dermal activity (EDA).
A review of an outstanding new app for patients with speech difficulties. MyVoice allows patients to input customized phrases that are read out by the app, helping them to communication with others.
Steve Jobs comments on iPad use by special needs children while insurers still refusing to reimburse for cheaper product
As medical technology improves, common sense dictates it will become more innovative and sometimes even cheaper. Medical applications on a portable device are not new, remember the old school Palm PDA? It was a must have for physicians and medical students. Just the other day I saw an attending pull out one of those old […]