Superpower Glass is a clinical trial that harnesses the power of Google Glass to help children with autism. It does this by doling out positive reinforcement when they recognize smiles and other emotions shown in their glasses. The conventional flash cards in traditional autism therapy are still used, but because the parents and caregivers can watch a video of the where the child's eyes are focused, it gives more important feedback on how the therapy is helping the child. The most heartwarming quote from the article was when a parent said, "He told me, 'Mommy, I can read minds!'" The glasses record what the children are seeing and send that data to the smartphone app. The app then prompts the child to engage with what he or she is seeing while it records the session data. The gamelike interface motivates children to engage with people's faces and emotions, and provides positive reinforcement if they do.