Short video of a playsession of Daydream. Only a few minutes a day makes a lot of difference.
7Ditches interviewed Teun Aalbers about applied games, games that serve a public goal. He talks about GainPlay projects, research at the Radboud University and his fascination with huge puzzles! …read more
The University Medical Centre Utrecht has selected Moodbot from amongst 30 submissions for it’s valorazation program. With it’s bold mission statement “the best care now, and in the future” the UMCU wants to be intimately involved with evaluating, validating and implementing promising healthcare innovations. …read more
The Moodbot consortium of the mental health institutions Altrecht, the Kijvelanden, Arkin, GGZ Centraal and the Growing Games program join forces to bring the Moodbot game concept (originally developed by Altrecht and the Utrecht School of Arts) to the next level! …read more
“A braincontrolled computergame that helps people and psychiatric patients to relax. Jan Jonk, the developer explains why its not about points in this game, but about relaxing. Daydream is one of the 4 games nominated for the Shell LiveWire 2014.” Read the RTL article here: http://www.rtlnieuws.nl/economie/toekomstmakers/lekker-gamen-met-je-hersenen-en-nog-beter-worden-ook
Dutch television program EenVandaag feature about Braingadgets, episode October 20th, 2015. “…we also talk to gamedeveloper Jan Jonk from GainPlay Studio. He developed the game Daydream that helps you relax.” …read more