Tigerface Games spins out of the University of Edinburgh to commercialise games designed to improve the lives of autistic children.

The University of Edinburgh has licensed its spin-out Tigerface with games designed to improve the social skills of autistic pre-school children.

Tigerface Games, which is based on-campus at the university, secured the latest games through the university’s tech transfer office, Edinburgh Research and Innovation. The company is already active in providing interactive software geared towards the development of social skills in autistic children. Its FindMe app, which encourages autistic children to find and identify a person on the screen, has…

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