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In this paper, we have discussed designed processes in prototyping Smart Collaborative Learning Environment System (SmCLES) for visually impaired children to contribute ways in accelerating their social learning curve, which coincidentally will also have a role in educating sighted children to have more empathy towards their peers physical limitation by improving interactions, understanding, and communication between these groups. We designed this novel system to achieve common multisensory user experience between groups of users with different physical preferences by using tactile and sound stimulations, common elements of realities for both groups, as essential for users’ experience design. We assumed that this playful collaboration could lead to positive social interactions between peers and help visually impaired children in social skills development in the early stage as well as improve the social competences of both groups.
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- Smart Collaborative Learning Environment for Visually Impaired Children
Ruhiyati Idayu Abu Talib
Predrag K. Nikolic
Mohd Shahrizal Sunar