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Give your brain an unfair advantage. Play NeuroLudus for a smarter brain!

Posted by on May 9, 2014 in Feature

Neuro-Ludus is a brain training game designed to improve the information processing skills of youth and adults so that can use digital technology more effectively and efficiently. Try it now for FREE and share it with friends!

The game is wrapped around a scenario to capture players’ interest and maintain their engagement:

Following an ecological disaster, some primitive bacteria have attacked the human brain and threaten to erode the superiority of the human race over other living organisms. Save the human race! Play Neuro-Ludus and collect neuro-energy to rewire human brains.

The objective is to find a simple shape hidden in a complex figure using various game plays: drag and drop, point and click, flip drag and drop, and rotate, drag and drop. The game has 30 levels ordered according to game play, task complexity and play time. The players collect “neuroenergy” for each level successfully completed. The strength of the neuroenergy depends on the amount of time taken by the player to complete each level. The neuroenergy is applied for rewiring 1, 2 or 3 human brains depending upon its srength.

After playing the game once we suggest that you keep on playing it on a regular basis in order to maintain and further improve your gains: PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT. Neuro-Ludus is accessible in English and French through various digital platforms, including computers, tablets and cellular phones.

Visit our web site (www.rewired4technology.com) to learn more about the scientific foundations supporting the design and development of Neuro-Ludus.

Benefits

To take full advantage of digital technology we must be able to process huge amount of complex information quickly and effectively.

Only a few decades ago, we were unable to help people to improve their information processing skills because of a constraining belief that the brain was “hard-wired” to function in predetermined ways, and could not be modified. However, recent revolutionary research in neuroplasticity has demonstrated that the brain is “soft-wired” and can be modified with appropriate training. We have applied cutting-edge development in interactive multimedia software technology, and recent important discoveries in neuroplasticity and cognitive modifiability in an innovative way to develop the Neuro-Ludus brain training game.

WEBSITE: http://neuroludus.com
BLOG: http://www.rewired4technology.com
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Play Neuro-Ludus to enhance your information processing skills

Posted by on Jan 24, 2014 in Feature

Need to process complex information quickly and effectively

Digital technology is imposing increased demands on people to solve a host of problems and to accomplish highly complex tasks. People need to be able to process huge amounts of complex information quickly and effectively to meet these new requirements. Effective strategies must therefore be deployed to assist people to enhance their ability to process information in the digital environment so that they can maintain their competitiveness in the labour market. We have designed Neuro-Ludus to assist youth and adults to enhance their analytical/information processing skills so that they can more efectively acquire and more efficiently deploy essentail digital skills.

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Play Neuro-Ludus to improve your analytical & information processing skills

Posted by on Jan 22, 2014 in Feature

Play Neuro-Ludus for FREE!

Digital technology is imposing increased demands on people to solve a host of problems and to accomplish highly complex tasks. People need to be able to process huge amounts of complex information quickly and effectively to meet these new requirements. Effective strategies must therefore be deployed to assist people to enhance their ability to process information in the digital environment so that they can maintain their competitiveness in the labour market. Only a few decades ago, we were unable to help people to improve their in formation processing skills because of a constraining belief that the brain was “hard-wired” to function in predetermined ways, and could not be modified. However, recent revolutionary research in neuroplasticity has demonstrated that the brain is “soft-wired” and can be modified with appropriate training. We have used this important discovery in neuroplasticity and the dramatic development in interactive multimedia software technology to develop the Neuro-Ludus brain training game. The objective of the game is to facilitate the development and enhancement of the information processing skills of youths and adults.

This research project is supported by funding assistance from Human Resources and Social Development Canada, Office of Literacy and Essential Skills, and l’Université du Québec à Montréal.

Jouez neuro-Ludus GRATUITEMENT!

La technologie numérique impose une demande grandissante sur tous les utilisateurs pour résoudre une multitude de problèmes et accomplir des tâches extrêmement complexes. Ces nouvelles exigences requièrent une capacité accrue pour traiter avec rapidité et efficacité une grande quantité d’informations qui sont aussi extrêmement complexes. Il y a donc un besoin pressant de déployer des stratégies efficaces pour permettre à tous d’accroître leurs compétences à traiter l’information dans un environnement numérique afin qu’ils puissent demeurer compétitifs sur le marché du travail.

Il y a quelques décennies seulement, nous étions incapables d’aider les gens à améliorer leurs compétences à traiter l’information en raison d’une croyance contraignante que notre cerveau était conçu pour fonctionner de manière prédéterminée et qu’il ne pouvait pas être modifié. Cependant, des recherches plus récentes axées sur la neuroplasticité, ont démontré que le cerveau peut être modifié à l’aide d’un entraînement ciblé. Nous avons utilisé les récents développements en technologie de logiciel et du multimédia interactif, ainsi que les importantes découvertes en neuroplasticité et modifiabilité cognitive pour concevoir le jeu Neuro-Ludus. L’objectif de ce jeu est de favoriser le développement et l’amélioration des compétences dans le traitement de l’information chez les jeunes et les adultes.

Ce projet de recherche a reçu le soutien financier de Emploi et Développement Social Canada, Bureau de l’alphabétisation et des compétences essentielles, et de l’Université du Québec à Montréal.

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