Virtual Technology Has Potential to Improve Facial Recognition

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Kasper Bormans is a PhD student with a big idea. He wants use his background in communication to develop a cutting-edge memory exercise that can help enhance facial recognition abilities for people with Alzheimer’s.

In his TED talk, Kasper explains how his project has the potential to improve the quality of life for Alzheimer’s patients and their loved ones by uniting architecture, virtual technology and interpersonal communication.

Be sure to watch the last 4 minutes of the video to see a virtual model of Kasper’s project in action!

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