BioFun is an innovative and entertaining way to benefit from Infiniti's biofeedback technology

By: Thought Waves  11-11-2011
Keywords: Games, Physiology, Eeg

B ioFun is a newly released software add-on for BioGraph Infiniti, consisting in a series of video games and toy interfaces to help your clients become healthier by teaching strategies of self-regulation and developing voluntary control while having fun!

Travel the World
You are invited to participate in the “Fly around the World” competition; a prestigious hot air balloon race inspired by Jules Verne’s classic novel.

Control a balloon with your physiology and fly over famous cities such as Vancouver, Hong Kong, Moscow, Cairo, Paris, Montreal and New York. Do not limit yourself, fly up and reach the stars!

PhysioRacer – MyoRacer – NeuroRacer
Three variations on the same theme: you guide a craft in a path using your physiology. Choose a character: a race car driver, a spy flying a stealth plane, a submarine in a secret mission, a clown fish or even a super hero!

BioFun Toy Interface
Connect BioGraph to toys such as Raceways, electrical train or robots and use your physiology to control them.

B ioFun contains ready-to-go screens for all our popular Suites (English only): EEG, Physiology, Z-Score, Rehab and Continence Suites.

Comprehensive instructions are provided to create your own screens and find new ways to use these games.

Physiology Suite
Train to relax or take control of your HRV while flying around the world in a balloon. Drive, fly or dive and boost up your engine using physiological control.

EEG Suite & Z-Score Mini-Suite
Train your brain with NeuroRacer – a fun and engaging racing game. Provides contingent, relevant feedback, as vehicle speed, track size and obstacles are directly controlled by EEG activity. Avoid obstacles and receive points in reward conditions, while discouraging artifacts and inhibit-band activity.

Rehab Suite & Continence Suite
Fly a balloon while working your muscles. Gain control over your muscles and movements while swimming like a fish, piloting a race car, or even flying like a super hero!

Keywords: Eeg, Games, Physiology