NeuroReality aims to change the way people approach cognitive training and rehabilitation. Utilizing a powerful combination of scientific research and gamification, our mission is to improve the lives of individuals with cognitive problems by offering effective solutions that are accessible, fun, and interactive via virtual reality (VR).
NeuroReality provides VR games that are intended to train a variety of cognitive skills such as: calculation, attention, memory, visuospatial abilities, executive functions, and reaction time. Each game is tailored to fit the user's abilities, helping individuals stay challenged while still allowing those with severe cognitive impairment to enjoy their experience.
NeuroReality also has a collaborative research initiative with the VU University Amsterdam and the Game Cella Lab, which provides evidence regarding the benefits of using our VR games with stroke survivors.
Who we are
We are a young team of scientists, game developers, and brain-enthusiasts.
We believe that we can make a difference for people in need. Over the years, we’ve come to know more and more about the importance of the brain. To lose particular functions over it, is an extremely difficult situation and process for individuals to overcome. Traditionally, these problems are met with cognitive compensation strategies and acceptance. Those things are crucial and necessary. However, the latest scientific research shows that there is still something that we can do in terms of brain recovery and cognitive health. We want to activate, not only accept.
Why do we do it
At NeuroReality, we believe that playful yet intensive, repetitive and personalized cognitive rehabilitation can improve overall health outcomes following brain injury.
Due to shifting demographics, brain related disease will become much more prominent. Along with rising healthcare costs, it will become ever more difficult to provide much needed care to our aging population. We grasp the opportunity to use innovative technology and use it to bridge the gap between what healthcare is needed and what can be provided.