designed an Origami based paper folding game for diagnosing and/or treating children who suffers from visual sequential memory deficit.
After watching the paper folding animation, children should recall the folds sequence from their memory and try to duplicate the folds. After the child plays the tutorial, s/he starts playing the "diagnosis" origamis, then, moves on to the therapy origamis. In diagnosis origamis, the whole animation is played at once, when the child is ready, then s/he begins folding by memory and tries to duplicate the origami shape. Same process is valid for therapy origamis, except in this case, after the child finishes folding, if s/he couldn't remember all the folds, then s/he can watch the folding step by step and completes the shape.

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