A Cyber Bus For The Learning Impaired

FOR MENTALLY HANDICAPPED INDIVIDUALS, LEARNING TO get around on public transportation often requires some extra work--and, in many cases, repeated guidance from others. It may require as many as 15 trips, each perhaps an hour long, before they know a new route well enough to travel solo. Researchers at the University of Dayton's Research Institute in Dayton, Ohio, are trying to help out by creating simulated rides on a virtual bus.

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