Virtuleap's VR games provide a mental workout, boosting brain health


Used by the AARP and Veteran’s Health Administration in the US, Virtuleap’s games with AI-enabled assessment work to improve cognition and to counter degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s

Across Europe and East Asia, the number of elderly people has already surpassed that of children and is set to do so imminently in the US. With aging populations come an ever-growing number of those suffering from degenerative cognitive conditions, including dementia and Alzheimer's. A VR hackathon in Dubai convinced Amir Bozorgzadeh and Hossein Jalali to see the potential of cognitive games and led them to Portugal to found Virtuleap in 2018.The Dubai-based duo of Iranian descent have no medical background but are both tech entrepreneurs with experience in gaming. They saw an opportunity...
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