Recognise Apps

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The brand new Recognise Apps are now available for iOS and Android. These Apps have been built from the ground up with powerful new features:

Testing and Training Left/Right Discrimination

The new Recognise Apps allow high precision testing of Left/Right Discrimination in the clinic and on the fly – allowing you to harness the power of context provided by these mobile Apps.

The new Apps also have built in graphing and communications features that enhance clinical effectiveness – see the section further down for full details.

Training can be undertaken with the classic, evidence based left right discrimination process…

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…or using two new ‘games’ to add variety and challenge – Memory and Speed Match:

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Memory

We’ve brought the well known Memory game to Recognise with an easy to use design and touch interface.

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Simple to play, but cleverly challenging, the time taken to complete the memory game is recorded allowing users to see their progress and experience the satisfaction of setting new Personal Bests.

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Three difficulty levels provide options for grading from easy to (surprisingly) difficult offering even more options for grading motor imagery.

 

Speed Match 

Speed Match is a brand new game built specifically for the Recognise Apps. Users select from a range of difficulties and select whether they wish to choose rights or lefts.

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All images are displayed at once and the user taps all the rights or lefts as selected previously. Instant feedback is provided and the timer stops when all of the correct images have been selected.

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The total time taken and the accuracy is recorded and displayed, with achievements recognised for setting new Personal Bests in each difficulty level.

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Results

Powerful new on-device graphing features allow users to instantly see their results and progress, and fine-grained options allow users and clinicians to easily analyse the data.

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Users can set up a clinician email, export their results and automatically send the file to their clinician, straight from their device, without having to open another App.

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Results are exported in a spreadsheet (.csv) file that can be opened in Excel, enabling the clincian to easily graph and analyse the results. For those that really love spreadsheets (or for researchers) – Excel’s inbuilt advanced graphing and data analysis features can be leveraged to dig even deeper.

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Quick Tests

From the settings menu, users can set up a Quick Test.

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The Quick Test is then accessible from the Left Right Discrimination menu so that users can jump in, enter a pain value and take tests with the minimum of fuss.

My Images

The My Images feature allows users to take photos directly on their device and use these, along with any other images that have been captured or stored on their smartphone or tablet.

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A personal library can be easily built, allowing rich contextual variety and personalisation.

The science

The new Recognise Apps provide a summary of the Graded Motor Imagery process, explain the stages and detail the normative results based on research data.

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We’re excited!

We’ve spent many hours working with our developer to create these brand new Recognise Apps, and we’re pretty excited by the powerful new features and the opportunities for creative, context rich therapy that they provide.

Available in the App Store and Google Play

All six Recognise Apps are now available for iOS and Android via the App Store and Google Play. Simply search for Recognise (with an ‘s’) in the appropriate store on your smartphone or tablet.

Tell us how you are using the new Recognise Apps in creative ways

We’d love your feedback and to hear your stories of how you are using the new Recognise Apps in creative and interesting ways. Leave a comment below or get in touch with us to share your experiences

-Tim Cocks

 

We’re taking Explain Pain and Graded Motor Imagery around Australia in 2016. Click on the image below, or the location links, for details:

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Townsville: April 29-May 1 EP & GMI

Canberra: at the Australian Institute of Sport May 3-4 MONIS, May 6-8 EP & GMI

Adelaide: May 14-15 Pain, Plasticity and Rehabilitation

Noosa: June 17-19 EP & GMI

Perth: October 15-17 EP & GMI

2 Responses to “Recognise Apps”

  1. Clever Apps and Smart Devices | noijam

    […] to pasture for a well-earned retirement. With the release of our brand new Recognise Apps (we’ve written about them at length on NOIjam before) RON will be put out of commission at the end of September […]

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