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iCandy: Remote Control

Gadgets that reach where we can’t go, help the imperiled, and spot problems both physical and cognitive

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Photo: Max Faulkner/MCT/Landov
Anthony Arceri, a 7-year-old autistic boy, interacts with a virtual reality video-game system while wearing a motion capture suit. The exercise is one of several activities that researchers from the Texas Medical Research Collaborative hope will help them gather data that will improve their ability to diagnose and treat autism.<
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