Infant Visual Stimulation
Infant visual stimulation is one of the best apps for babies and newborns. It contains high contrast pictures in flashcard format, especially developed for newborns and babies. It provides visual stimulation to help with your child’s development. This is what our customers have to say about this top baby app:
"The best baby app, hands down! This app rocks!!!"
"Great for infants and toddlers....and adults! "
"Amazing for visually impaired!"
How Will Infant Visual Stimulation Flashcards App Help My Child?
A newborn’s vision is not fully developed at birth and he sees the world mainly in shades of gray, black and white. Newborns have a visual preference for images with a high contrast in colors. Within a week from birth, a baby is able to see red, orange, yellow and green too, but keeps preferring looking at simple, high contrast pictures.
You can encourage your baby’s visual development by making sure that there are enough high contrast images in your baby’s environment. As the months go by, your baby’s vision will continue to develop, and soon he will be able to see the full range of colors and more detail. You can continue using this baby flashcard app as your baby grows into a toddler because babies love to play repetitive games with their caregivers.
This visual stimulation baby flashcard app can also be used for children with visual impairment to help them differentiate between foreground and background in images.
How To Use Infant Visual Stimulation Flashcards App
Infant Visual Stimulation provides 200 high contrast pattern images. Simply flip through the pictures, while talking to your baby or let your baby listen to the recorded music or music of your own choice.
You can experiment with the flashing speed of the cards. Watch your baby to see how long he is able to look at one specific picture and adjust the flash speed settings accordingly. Some babies like to look at the pictures a little longer than others, but in general babies have short attention spans and the flashing speed should not be too slow.
There are 11 music tracks. Parents can select the tracks they like or choose to play it randomly. Now, visual and aural stimulation can be more fun and engaging for babies.
There is a switch, solely designed for iPad users, to turn off the landscape orientation. Parents can then play this app to their child with the iPad in its portrait mode. This is especially helpful for children who might be affected by diseases like cerebral palsy.
What’s more? Parents can record their own voice to label the words they like to teach their children for up to 40 words. And they have an option to choose to flash words only, pictures only or flash words and pictures simultaneously.
This educational app is easy and fun to use. It will provide hours of stimulation and entertainment for your baby.
Fixed Text Editing bugs.
Add iPhone 5 support.
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- Last changed:
- May 14, 2013
- Think Design Studio
- Average Rating:
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