Prism is a technological solution to an important problem society faces today—helping neurotypical people to empathize with those on the autism spectrum. Working initially with 3rd and 4th graders at the Beech Bottom Primary School in in Brooke County, West Virginia, the team behind Prism is creating the tools to help a generation of children grow up with increased awareness and understanding for their autistic peers. If successful, the technology that powers Prism can be expanded to reach additional age groups, parents of autistic children, educators, and beyond.

Children play the game for approximately 30 minutes.
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The teacher leads the class through a guided discussion.
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All participants acquire a greater understanding of autism and its symptoms.
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Development Blog

Week 15
May 4, 2018
"All good things must come to an end," said someone who must not have liked good things very much. Alas, faithful reader(s), we've reached the end of Project Prism, but there is good new...
Week 14
April 26, 2018
This week was was part retrospective and part race towards the finish line. On Monday and Tuesday, we hosted members of the ETC faculty in our project room for "soft opening," which was ...
Week 13
April 20, 2018
The Prism train is hurtling towards the station and shows no sign of slowing down. While in real life this would result in a catastrophe of epic proportions for all involved, in the comf...