Commissioned by Neurocog to build upon their 15 years of research in ADHD, Roll7 developed Focus Pocus, a groundbreaking video game for 7 to 13 year olds to help behaviour change.
Thinky Thunky Party
Think you’ve got the biggest brain? Put it to the test in Thinky Thunky PARTY!, a set of mini-games that challenges your skills of concentration and relaxation. Play in single player mode for the highest score or link up with friends in party play to see who is the mind-master!
Fight the Zombie hordes and search for a cure for zombie-ism, in this MindSet enabled game that utilizes focus and blinks to rid from factory of the undead.
Man.Up is a meditation brain-game that cleverly uses mind-driven difficulty. The game's environment flexes and changes based on you. Groove to the techno music and bounce your way up, up, UP!
Invaders Reloaded is a vertically scrolling 3D shoot-em-up with a twist; Your ship’s weapons and powerups are controlled by your concentration. The harder you concentrate, the faster and more powerful your shots will become.
In 2009 Roll7 were introduced to the NeuroSky Prototype headset by the SGI in Coventry. Roll7 saw the possibilites for the tech and became an OEM partner with the Silicon Valley start up.
Over 4 years Roll7 developed a number of projects and engaged in a number of research papers on BCI devices.
The NeuroSky MindWave is the world’s least expensive research-grade EEG headset available. It can be used with a wide variety of games, braintraining and education applications. Its clear brainwave signal is based on the TGAM, the bio-sensor chipset that revolutionised an industry. It is an excellent introduction into the world of brain-computer interface (BCI).
Roll7 on the Gadget show
And in the press
Simon and John get a page in WIRED!
Focus Pocus gets a VentureBeat article
Music of the Mind
We introduced our good friend, UK Jazz hero, Finn Peters to the MindSet. He introduced us to genius Goldsmiths lecturer Mick Grierson (who was already working with BCI) and we formed an immediate partnership!
Finn and Mick worked on the Arts Council funded Music of the Mind Project, check out the Video and Music below...