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Card Island game trains
short term visual memory.
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Dementia research subject
playing Pick-and-Place game
in bimanual mode, which trains
working memory
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Tower of Hanoi 3D game
trains executive function.
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Dementia patient playing
Breakout 3D game in
bimanual mode, which
trains split attention

Dr. Burdea Presents BrightBrainer™


Dr. Burdea talking about BrightBrainer and its results on subjects with dementia, TBI or stroke. Click image to view YouTube video.

What Researchers Say About BrightBrainer™

  • maria_schultheis“Graphics were clear and easy to understand. I found the tasks straightforward, brief and engaging. I like the portability of the system.”
    Maria Schultheis PhD, Associate Professor and Director of Clinical Training, Department of Psychology, Drexel University
  • gerry_colombo“I find BrightBrainer many different games very intuitive and ergonomic to use”
    Gerry Colombo PhD, researcher at Balgrist Hospital, currently CEO of Hocoma AG.
  • “Really motivating and nice visuals”
    Toke Hilgeholt, Engineer, Motek Medical
  • cali_fidopiastis“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!”
    Cali Fidopiastis PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Therapy, University of Alabama in Birmingham

22 researchers participating in the 10th International Conference on Virtual Rehabilitation gave BrightBrainer™ an overall rating of 4.36/5 in August 2013.

Consumer Testimonials

  • "They stimulated my mind so learning was more like a game than a chore. Breakout 3D was my favorite of the games. What fun!"
    Mary Joyce Senior, at Parker Memory Health Fair
  • "The BrightBrainer games were phenomenal"
    Carol Piekarski at Parker Memory Health Fair
  • "I look forward to these games and would like to play them again"
    Female 65, nursing home resident
  • "The games are something exciting I get to do."
    Male, 59, nursing home resident
  • "The games are fun and challenging at the same time"
    Male, 57, nursing home resident
  • "I want more time with the games. I want more games."
    Male, 60, nursing home resident