Atypical eye movements and gaze fixation patterns are commonly observed in patient diagnosed with cognitive disorders such as ADHD, ASD or Dyslexia.
Neural structures controlling oculomotor behavior are part of the neural attention network of the brain.
Well designed interactive eye-controlled video games can help to train the attention network and have been proven to improve cognitive-behavioral performance.
To reap the benefits, a child should play the game at least 3 times a week for 15 minutes each time. After 3 weeks you'll notice the difference; after two months the effect will have been anchored into the cognitive abilities of the child.
Request BGaze Bird by filling out the order form.
You will receive a confirmation by email and a link to download the game.
An eye tracker will be shipped to you together with a return box.
After two month you decide; return the eye tracker (free return shipping) or continue benefiting from the game.
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