Mentees can select their music preference, energy level, and type of activity. This is a key to help users connect to the sessions. Be it the right activity, danceability, genre, or instrument. This is the core of the ISO principle where music must match a person’s mood for best results.
Scientific studies have proved that it is more beneficial to practice music rather than to just listen to it. We integrate neural networks and machine learning technologies to integrate web cameras and microphones to track motor and vocal responses to the musical environment with real time precision.
To improve the patient cognitive performance, we need to measure it. Recurrent musical practice increases comprehension, concentration, coordination, expressive capacity, and memory; these are functions that we can measure through digital and physical interactions. By analyzing performance data, we help therapists monitor their patient performance with these indicators through a Mentor interface.
For an enhanced learning experience, one must train regularly for a long period of time. Repetition and practice are key to acquiring new skills: reinforcing old ones is a must before a skill can be considered “mastered”. We employ learning algorithms to ensure that our users practice the right skills at the right time, enabling sessions to build on one another and reduce the friction of encountering new material by introducing new skills at the proper pace.