Alex Doud speaks at American Heart Association

Alex's research shows ‘Virtual reality hands’ may help stroke survivors recover hand function.

Last week, founder Alex Doud spoke at the American Heart Association Conference in Dallas, TX. He shared his research involving the use of virtual hands and brain-computer interface to improve rehabilitation after stroke.

Read the full interview at AHA's newsroom


“Using a brain-computer interface, we’ve created an environment where people who may be too physically impaired to move can practice mental imagery to help regain use of their arms and hands,” said Alexander Doud, M.S., lead author.