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Field test Astro Adventure Ball app for young students

Field test APH's latest app low vision app for young students!

Designed as an early childhood low vision tool, this app may be applicable to young learners with Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI), depending on the learner. This application will aid in the assessment and the development of visual, audial, and cognitive skills. The player will follow the travels of the three talking ball characters, named Whirl, Swirl, and Twirl. Each ball starts off as a one-color ball, each in their own environment: Whirl in a toy chest, Swirl at the ballpark, and Twirl in outer space.

If you’re interested in learning more, please send an email with your name, city, state, and email address associated with your Apple or Android device to [email protected]

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