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Autism XR Program Helps Students Navigate Social Minefields

Autism XR pairs students with autism with virtual humans who coach them through social situations. We talk to Marc Petz, the teacher behind this award-winning web-based AR program.

By S.C. Stuart

When Marc Petz was a first-year computer graphics/animation instructor at Michigan’s Kent Career Technical Center, a colleague was struggling…




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