Autistic children usually struggle with making eye contact with other people and have trouble recognising emotions and social cues. Google Glass emotion recognition software which was designed by Standford University (US) graduate student, Catalin Voss, can now help autistic children to overcome these issues. Known as the Autism Glass, this special Google Glass is used with a smartphone. The phone runs software that analyses data from the Google Glass and gives feedback to the user. Voss hopes that, after a short learning period, autistic kids will not need this device anymore and be able to recognise social and emotional cues without help.