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ACE Intelligym: Brain Training Product Review Survey

As part of our ongo­ing mar­ket research we’d like to ask past and cur­rent users of Applied Cognitive Engineering prod­ucts to share their expe­ri­ence with us via this 3-question anony­mous sur­vey.  Please take this sur­vey if you have used a Applied Cognitive Engineering prod­uct your­self or have seen some­one else use it.

Take this 3-question Survey

Please note that we do not endorse this prod­uct (or any other) or any of the claims below. We inde­pen­dently track and ana­lyze emerg­ing brain/ cog­ni­tive sci­ence, tech­nol­ogy and inno­va­tion, and their real-world appli­ca­tions. This sur­vey helps us learn more about the latter.

Com­pany name: Applied Cognitive Engineering.

Com­pany descrip­tion (in their own words, in their own web­site): “Applied Cognitive Engineering (ACE) develops software based “Brain-Gyms. These training tools significantly improve the performance of sports players.  ACE’s Cognitive Simulation, is applicable to a variety of competitive sport players, security personnel, fighter pilots, medical staff, traders and test prep students.”

Main prod­uct name/s: Basket Intelligym, Hockey Intelligym – for all ages.

Prod­uct descrip­tion (in their own words, in their own web­site): “Basketball IntelliGym is a simulation software program for basket ball plyers. Can be used twice a week for all types of courts and has been used widely at various basketball academies.    Hockey IntelliGym is another simulation for all types of hockey players.”

To learn more about Sharp­Brains’ gen­eral analy­sis of emerg­ing sci­ence, com­pa­nies, tech­nolo­gies and prod­ucts, please see…

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