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#TechTuesday: Yahoo name change, empathetic AR, soft robots and high tech breast pumps

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Note that if you want to hear our thoughts regarding this year's Consumer Electronics Show, you can check out our Top 10 Stories from the show and our examination of the Top Trends revealed at the event.

 

The Empathy Bridge uses AR and sweets to help users understand autism

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A new AR kit from Royal College of Art graduate Heeju Kim uses sweets to recreate the experience of living with autism. Kim created three tools and a mobile application as part of the project, which is titled “An

 

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