EYE MOVEMENT VIRTUAL REALITY
Francine Shapiro, PhD, an American psychologist, developed Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy as a breakthrough therapy with a special capacity to overcome the often devastating effects of psychological trauma in the late 1980’s. An ever-growing community of therapists soon saw directly its power to transform lives. At the same time, controlled researched studies consistently demonstrated its effectiveness.
EMVRTM introduces Dr. Shapiro’s therapeutic expression and brings it into the world of immersive Virtual Reality experiences. This technological synthesis revolutionizes the process by creating an environment where a deep therapeutic process can be achieved and delivered via the internet. This automation makes it an accessible and affordable therapy for those in need.
THE FLOW TRAINER SYSTEM
TOTAL HUMAN OPTIMIZATION
The Flow Trainer system is the culmination of more than 10 years of research and development by CEO/CIO William Jamaal Fort, the founder of FlowLab. The addition of James Fitzpatrick EdD, the Director of Education, make up the core of Team Flowlab.
Thanks to numerous advances in technology in the past several years, the principle concepts and protocols of the Flow Trainer System are being assembled and tested.
We are developing the first generation of equipment, simulations, software and therapies with a target date of the first operational system by the Fall of 2021.
(Presented at AFCEA Innovation Showcase by FLOWLAB Inc. - won 1st Place)
Designed to help warfighters in the areas resilience, skill decay reduction, and immediate assistance due to battlefield trauma, iFLOW AI is a real-time integrated system capable of delivering remote access and psychological support to soldiers and operators worlwide. The proprietary network is comprised of automated, AI-enabled training and mental health modules to help operators play an active role in maintaining peak performance states both mentally and physically.
(Photo Above) CEO Jamaal Fort takes 1st place in the AFCEA Innovation Showcase October 2019.