A Year in Review: Building Better Brains in 2017

2017 has been quite a year for the NeuroPlus team and community!

NeuroPlus 2017 game stats

Together we’ve played 4,860 minutes of brain training games this year. We’ve defeated 109,353 monsters, flown 42,529 meters on our hoverbikes, and collected 5,424 coins.

This year both our research and story were shared on a bigger stage. In April, results from our pilot study were presented at the World Congress on ADHD in Vancouver, Canada. Jake, our founder and CEO, presented both at the Tech Venture Conference in Raleigh and during TEDxCharleston.

585 backers helped us reach our goals by contributing to our Kickstarter and Indiegogo campaigns. Together we were able to send our new brain sensing headset design into production. We also have several new team members who joined the team to help build our games and share our story in art, coding, marketing, and sales.

We also got a few nods to our work. Jake was selected to Forbes 30 Under 30 list in Games. And NeuroPlus was featured in Rolling Stone, VentureBeat, IEEE, MobiHealthNews, and dozens of other press outlets.

We’re looking forward to another year filled with fun and personal growth. We’re so grateful to have the support of so many, and are excited to see our community grow!

What are you looking forward to achieving in 2018?

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