The device will provide an alternative to the Phillips lite aid. The product should allow the children to practice auditory, textual, and color recognition, as well as motor control.
The group has successfully built a prototype for the second version, the next phase of the project that they are in the middle of will focus on transferring that prototype into a deliverable product. This is justified because while the prototype that was built was functional, its design was not intuitive to use and was not robust. The deliverable device will build on the lessons they learned from user testing, and package the device in an attractive, durable and easy to use manner.