Attention is trainable — so says Jeff Coleman W94 and his wife, Leanne Chukoskie C94, who are using gaze-driven video games to help children improve their foundational attention skills. Inspired by Chukoskie’s research at UC San Diego, BrainLeap Technologies has developed the “Attention Arcade,” a gaming platform that uses an eye tracker to control the on-screen action.

Built on the premise that eyes and attention move in tandem, the Arcade improves and strengthens focus for children with ADHD — outcomes backed by two scientific studies and the company’s refund pledge if a child doesn’t see measurable results.

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