We are excited to announce that our innovative Virtual Classroom Attention Evaluation System is starting a pilot with one of the leading mental health clinics in Taiwan. The pilot will include both normal children and children diagnosed with ADHD. With this trial, we aim to demonstrate the value of the Virtual Classroom Attention Evaluation System[…]
Cognitive Leap Eyes VR to Break Stigma of Mental Illness in China BY SOPHIA STUART FEBRUARY 6, 2017 12:12PM EST There’s a huge stigma surrounding mental illness in China. Cognitive Leap wants to change that using VR. (Source Link: http://www.pcmag.com/news/351554/cognitive-leap-eyes-vr-to-break-stigma-of-mental-illness-in) Up to 43.8 million Americans suffer from mental health issues, according to the National Alliance[…]
Cognitive Leap will bring esteemed memory training programs from the UCLA Longevity Center to millions of people in need in China as an exclusive partner. With one of the largest and most rapidly aging populations in the world, China has tremendous need for innovative solutions for aging. UCLA is a leading organization promoting healthy aging[…]
Walter Greenleaf, Chief Science Officer of Cognitive Leap and world-renowned Virtual Reality expert, has been invited by HTC to be an advisor to the International Virtual Reality Alliance (IVRA) venture fund. HTC Vive has organized this $10 billion initiative to invest in VR with the scale of itself and partners, including VR-centric funds in[…]
Cognitive Leap is now partnering with Huashan Hospital, with one of the best rehabilitation departments in China, to research cognitive and motor rehabilitation training using virtual environments.
Cognitive Leap Chief Science Officer Walter Greenleaf and Co-founder Shan Zhong visit China`s Largest Private Rehab Hospital – United Family Healthcare – and discuss partnership.