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Thursday, June 27 • 3:20pm - 3:50pm
CogCubed: Using Sifteo Cubes for Diagnosing Cognitive Disorders

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CogCubed has created an innovative game, built on a new interactive tangible-graphical gaming platform called Sifteo Cubes, designed to help in diagnosing cognitive disorders like Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and common comorbidities like Depression, Anxiety, and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). This new game, called Groundskeeper, provides a new approach to diagnostics.

Through this novel video game, data is tracked and stored at sub-second intervals. Traditional response measurements are captured in addition to new information, such as inter-response metrics. Through a clinical trial at the University of Minnesota, the efficacy of the game was evaluated. Novel data mining techniques were then applied to build several predictive models. We will explain this game, the Big Data captured, the predictive models, and the results of the study. Further, we will explain how this tool, which functions as a game, can be used to improve the diagnosis of cognitive disorders and the broader potential for patients.


Speakers
avatar for Monika Heller

Monika Heller

Child/Adolescent Psychiatrist, CogCubed
CogCubed
avatar for Kurt Roots

Kurt Roots

Founder and CEO, CogCubed
Every week, people from around the world spend more than 3 billion hours playing video games. And today, modern games can solve real world problems through the evolution of game platform technology with intersections of data analytics, game design, and health. That is why we are developing games; to make people better. It is how we can change the world and use just some of that 3 billion hours to make games a positive reality.
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Jaideep Srivastava

CogCubed
CogCubed


Thursday June 27, 2013 3:20pm - 3:50pm
Room B: Back Bay Grand

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