Changing the World, One Application at a Time
As a young child, Cameron Aaron was diagnosed with a learning disability, ADHD. He was also, however, recognized as being highly gifted and as such, was sent to a school that would help him learn on his terms and leverage his intelligence.
While in the sixth grade, Cameron had the idea of creating software program that would use visual optics to help read and understand students who had difficulty with communication, such as those affected by autism.
Over time this computer would get better and better at understanding the non-verbal cues of these students and relay the findings to their teachers. This technology has the potential to not only revolutionize learning, but could positively impact thousands, if not millions, of young lives, giving them unprecedented opportunity in the future. Take a minute to hear Cameron's story...