The 'Things' therapy game has been designed by Shirin Amini and Farid Hatimi as a therapeutic pastime for children, especially those with autism to help with sensory development and more. The game consists of the main light unit along with four cubes that feature various materials and textures on each side that can be positioned into the hollow frame of the illuminator. This helps children with becoming more comfortable with various textures, materials and lighting effects that they might be sensitive to, which will come as welcome news to parents.
The 'Things' therapy game is specially designed by the creators to not have any intense colors or brightness levels in order to not trigger the user. The light itself also doubles as a nightlight for a dual-purpose functionality.