Card Island game trains
short term visual memory.
Dementia research subject
playing Pick-and-Place game
in bimanual mode, which trains
Tower of Hanoi 3D game
trains executive function.
Dementia patient playing
Breakout 3D game in
bimanual mode, which
trains split attention
Recent News / Important New Developments
Dr. Burdea Presents BrightBrainer™
What Researchers Say About BrightBrainer™
- “Graphics were clear and easy to understand. I found the tasks straightforward, brief and engaging. I like the portability of the system.”
- “I find BrightBrainer many different games very intuitive and ergonomic to use”
- “Really motivating and nice visuals”
- “The controller works very well and the games have excellent color. I liked the variability of the tasks and the simplicity of the system. Great job!”
22 researchers participating in the 10th International Conference on Virtual Rehabilitation gave BrightBrainer™ an overall rating of 4.36/5 in August 2013.
- "They stimulated my mind so learning was more like a game than a chore. Breakout 3D was my favorite of the games. What fun!"
- "The BrightBrainer games were phenomenal"
- "I look forward to these games and would like to play them again"
- "The games are something exciting I get to do."
- "The games are fun and challenging at the same time"
- "I want more time with the games. I want more games."