Autism affects 3.5 million families in the United States alone, with each person uniquely on the spectrum. These people commonly experience symptoms related to attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), including hyperactivity, inattention, and impulsivity, but more well known is their struggle to decode emotions, to manage transitions and behaviors, eye contact, casual conversation, and so on.
Brain Power was founded to address autism through a heads-up wearable computer, in the form of Google Glass, that delivers gamified apps used to motivate and reward users for social and cognitive learning. The use of augmented reality has been coupled with artificial-intelligence systems to aid people with autism-related challenges in various ways that extend beyond cartoonish games.
Its unique features include:
- Easy to use and user-friendly interface
- Cutting-edge and unique medical device
- Personalized therapy sessions for each individual user
- Detailed report generation with access to a secure online cloud system for device synchronization
- Compatible with various operating systems
- Online software updates and support
- Patented technology