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Thank you for making another year of our annual event participation at the Using Brainwave Analysis to Understand Learning in VR and AR conference in Boston last week a success.
On Wednesday, December 14, 2016, intellADAPT, a Boston based educational technology and Adaptive Learning Startup, attended the Department of Education’ EdGames Expo in Washington, DC December 14 at Entertainment Software Association office in DC. At the event, intellADAPT showcased its brainwave adaptive technology at the Expo with live demonstrations.
The demonstration consisted of live tracking expo attendees’ brainwaves while they played a game developed by intellADAPT called “Adaptive Memory Builder,” available at iTunes and Google Play The demonstration presented that the brain waves alpha, beta and gamma are good indicators of the attention stats. In general, attendees with higher attention (high alpha) scored better playing the adaptive memory builder game. This was the first brain-computer interface demonstration for evaluation of attention states created by virtual games in real time.
Attendees were impressed by intellADAPT’s ability to assess attention states using the EEG headband and relate that information into differentiated learning strategies. intellADAPT is excited about this new piece of technology and will be gearing up for its commercial implementation in the coming months. IntellADAPT is seeking strategic partnerships with the game developer to integrate brain-wave adaptive learning to improve education games.
The intellADAPT team would like to give a special thank you to Edward Metz and the staff of Entertainment Software Association for serving as host for this important event.
For more information about intellADAPT and partnership opportunities, please visit our website at www.intellADAPT.com
On November 1, 2016, intellADAPT, a Boston-based educational technology and Adaptive Learning company, was one of the sponsors of the Massachusetts STEM Summit at the DCU Center in Worcester, MA. The intellADAPT booth at the MA STEM Summit presented adaptive learning solutions to increase STEM population amongst high-school and college students.
IntellADAPT, a company funded by National Science Foundation (NSF), SBIR grants, proudly showcased its patented Adaptive 2.0 Learning Technology that uses Big-data Analytics and Brain Computer Interface (EEG headband) to record brain activity of the users to determine their optimal learning strategy. At the intellADAPT booth, visitors received valuable information on how the ground-breaking adaptive learning technology works and how schools and universities can participate in a National Study on the use of Adaptive Learning for STEM Education, funded by the NSF.
The intellADAPT team generated a great deal of interest in the homework substitute aspect of intellADAPT’s Adaptive Resource for the Classroom or ARC. The first Physics ARC is deployed in numerous school systems participating in the national study conducted by intellADAPT.
Dr. Nishikant Sonwalkar, founder and President of intellADAPT engaged with numerous potential partner institutions and companies present at the summit and encouraged them to explore the opportunity of implementing intellADAPT’s adaptive STEM courses by participating in pilot programs offered in Fall 2016 and Spring 2017. He said “There is an acute need for developing STEM competency in schools and colleges to fill the growing unmet need for STEM jobs. We need to prepare next generation of engineers and scientists now to meet the challenge of future demand”. IntellADAPT saw an overwhelming response from visitors and fellow participants that were convinced that they could use intellADAPT’s technology in their STEM programs to enhance learning outcome.
The intellADAPT team would like to give a special thank you to Dana Bienkowski and Lynn Griesemer for organizing this conference and allowing intellADAPT to demonstrate adaptive learning solutions for schools and colleges.
For more information about intellADAPT and partnership opportunities, please visit our website at www.intellADAPT.com.
Originally published at intelladapt.com on November 3, 2016.