Sep 14, 2012
Pic-See app launches new learning resource
Pic-See, the app for children with early, special or specific learning needs, was officially launched in August!
Art of Multimedia joined the party to celebrate all the effort and support that went into creating it, and introduce it to a community of potential users. We are delighted to have been with Yen Lim on the journey to realise her vision of a resource to better enable communication for children, particularly those with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
Seeing parents, carers, teachers, therapists and other professionals engage with, and respond to, the app demonstrates just how valuable Pic-See is in one-on-one and small group situations (up to 10 users).
Pic-See delivers an outstanding, visually based learning system, packaging several functions in a single application. An interactive tool for iPads and tablets, Pic-See utilises touch screen technology, and features vibrant images and animations, a sequence building centre, the ability to customise visuals with imported images, sound effects, the ability to record audio to promote verbal communication skills, an emotions centre, a choice board, and a data centre to capture the achievements of users and areas for further development.
“Pic-See is the game changer for people who live and work with children requiring early, special and specific communication supports,” says Yen. “Feedback is really positive – including an A+ grade in the iStore from a very happy mother who has had real progress in communicating with her son!”
Pic-See is available in three versions: Pic-See Lite is a free version providing a limited introduction to its capabilities. Pic-See can be used by two people. Pic-See Collective is for small group learning environments.
All are available from the App Store and Google Play. Visit the Pic-See website for more information.