Mental healthcare still mostly works with tools that reflect the technological capabilities of the previous millennium. The diagnosis is ineffective and side effects come with treatment.
Braingaze brings brain-related healthcare into the digital, AI-empowered age along with practice-inspired patient journeys that are convenient and trustworthy.
The BGaze Clinic is a system that comes with advanced eye-tracking hardware to capture involuntary biomarker micro-eye movement patterns.
It provides clinics with optimal diagnostic accuracy, adds objectivity, saves time, and improves interaction with the patients and their environment.
BGaze Therapy is a child-friendly game designed to improve attention skills. They were created especially for children with a-typical cognitive profiles, such as ADHD, ASD, and Dyslexia.
BGaze Therapy are games that the player controls with the eyes. By focusing, following, or avoiding to look at objects that appear on the screen, the player earns points and at the same time trains the attention network of the brain.
Braingaze solutions are the result of over 5 years of research & development science-based tools. The solutions have been developed and validated in collaboration with leading clinicians.
Co-founder and CTO of Braingaze
St Joan de Deu Specialized Pediatric Hospital
Clinical Psychologist and Director
“BGaze does a great job! This platform facilitates our work and we encourage them to continue on other disorders such as autism.”
CAIA Centro de Atención a Infancia y Adolescencia
“We are absolutely satisfied with the diagnostic platform BGaze Clinic, which is based on a biological neuromarker.”
TDAH Valles, Sabadell
"BGaze Therapy has been designed as an intensive training of attentional processes and control of impulsivity. It's the perfect combination of game and therapy. […] We took part in a study, in which BGaze Therapy was scientifically validated. The conclusions showed significant improvements of the attentional capabilities of patients, and an improvement on the areas related to the control of impulsivity.
Maria Carme Echeverría, neuro-psychologist