Project Ipsilon - strive for cognitive wellness one musical note at a time.
Music Activity, Data and Artificial Intelligence = Window to Cognitive Health.
Music, notably piano playing, involves multiple sensory processing, comprehension, quasi-simultaneous decision making and action execution. Simply put, it is one of the best ways to evaluate brain functions and to train minds.
1) OFF mode monitoring of Parkinson's disease
With our Ipsilon app, it has the feature to keep track of OFF mode, which is indication of Parkinson's disease medication wearing off. We detect it quantitatively in comparison to the baseline data we establish.
2) Ipsilon Cognitive Scoring System
From the data collected through Ipsilon app, we have the scoring system to evaluate executive functions (attention, working memory and impulsive control), processing speed and visuo-spatial skills.
What it does: provide the analysis of logged response and determine if MCI (mild cognitive impairment) and/or early dementia is detected.
What data does it use?: Ipsilon Test collects user response data and our algorithm analyzes the data and determines the score.
What advantage?: MCI and early dementia are hard to detect. Early detection enables early intervention to delay the onset.
What purpose?: Personalized and precise care, enable early detection, operable as self-care used at home
Side effects?: No. Non-invasive, no reported side effects in our studies.
Target conditions: Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI), Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, Multiple Sclerosis
Targeted customers: Healthcare providers, Assisted living facilities, Insurance companies, Pharmaceuticals
3) Consultancy: curation and organization of virtual concert series.
Specially curated for memory recall and cultural stimulation, help elderly stay active socially at the safety and comfort of home.
We have globally acclaimed performers in various genres of music in our registry.
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Our Clinical partners:
University of Florida
Neuro SysMed at Haukeland University Hospital
key words: aging, Alzheimer's, dementia, MCI, executive function, mental performance, response time-based cognitive test, music, piano, digital therapy, sensory stimulation, cognition, cognitive wellness, mindfulness.