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Xtranormal as tool to help aspies with social interaction?


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I recently discovered Xtranormal, a site that lets people quickly create little animations (the tagline for the site is "If you can type, you can make movies). It occured to me that something like this might somehow be a useful "workshop" for aspies/autists to better understand social interaction (of course, you might need a more sophisticated software package for that; probably something that was able to model human facial expressions with a little more detail). Anyone else think so?


The site got a little bit of exposure recently through these Geico commercials:

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