Greek game development and digital interactive software company seeks market-oriented collaborations with R&D institutions, Universities or SMEs active in the mental healthcare market in order to bring its VR (virtual reality) application for detecting mild cognitive impairment to hospitals and healthcare professionals all over the world through a licensing agreement.
Since its inception in 2006, the company has maintained solid partnerships with numerous established multi-national brands in the technology and video games market. Specifically, the company has developed custom game engines, educational games, serious games and interactive advertisement games, among others. VR technology is a field of interest and innovation for the company through its games and applications. The application is an innovative way of detecting mild cognitive impairment, through easy activities that test mnemonic functions, colour discerning ability and deduction logic. Also, the company has perennial collaborations with many Greek Universities and Colleges in various research projects. As far as this specific project is concerned, all research and development has been performed in-house by utilising the company’s own team, technologies and innovations that the company has developed over the last 14 years. All clinical tests have been performed in collaboration with major Greek Public Universities. The company seeks market-oriented collaborations with R&D institutions, Universities or SMEs that are active in the mental healthcare market. More specifically, the company seeks partners in order to bring the application to hospitals and healthcare professionals all over the world. The company is interested in establishing long-term strategic partnerships through a licensing agreement for software (Video Game) distribution. The Licensee will be provided a license to distribute, advertise, and market the software to their new markets.
Type (e.g. company, R&D institution…), field of industry and Role of Partner Sought:
The company seeks partners with an established distribution network that includes hospitals and healthcare professionals, through a Licensing Agreement. The partner should be well established in either the gaming, serious gaming or electronic-health ecosystem.
Stage of Development:
Available for demonstration
Comments Regarding Stage of Development:
The application has already been successfully tested on a number of patients in collaboration with major Greek Public Universities.