Built on the rigorous medical, engineering, neuroscientific knowledge, our digital rehabilitation programs are designed for those with physical and emotional disabilities. We focus on supporting patients to stay involved during their long journey of recovery, with our motivating digital therapy contents.
We aim to build our proprietary platform based on our scalable technologies,
where customers enjoy their bespoke treatments anywhere, anytime they want to play.
Our platforms are engineered with adaptive alrorithms, which enables individuals to enjoy personalized treatments.
Functional Recovery Exercise Engine - Body
FREE-B is designed to treat and manage physical inconveniences caused by neurological, musculoskeletal disorders.
FREE-B brings home intensive physical exercises required for standard rehabilitation therapies.
FREE-B is verified by many of the renowned SCI papers (10+), and also going to be extended to target broader range of indicants.
Functional Recovery Exercise Engine - Mind
FREE-M is designed to treat and manage psychological symptoms caused by addiction or mood disorders.
FREE-M corrects a distorted cognitive processes via brain exercise programs.
FREE-M is verified by many of the renowned SCI papers.
We develop flexible pipelines based on two powerful platform and enable digital diagnosis through artificial intelligece.
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Delvine's board members' extensive research history, both past and present, has been instrumental in driving the creation of robust, evidence-backed solutions.
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Feasibility study of immersive virtual prism adaptation therapy with depth-sensing camera using functional near-infrared spectroscopy in healthy adults
Advances in Health Sciences Education
Differences in empathy toward patients between medical and nonmedical students: an fMRI study.
Virtual prism adaptation therapy: Protocol for validation in healthy adults
A low cost kinect-based virtual rehabilitation system for inpatient rehabilitation of the upper limb in patients with subacute stroke; A randomized, double-blind, sham-controlled pilot trial
IEEE computer graphics and applications
Upper-limb function assessment using VBBTs for stroke patients
Facial expression primes and implicit regulation of negative emotion
Computers in Human Behavior
Neural and self-reported responses to antisocial news stories: Entertaining versus traditional news introduction
Frontiers in oncology
Integrative Analysis of Gene Expression Data by RNA Sequencing for Differential Diagnosis of Acute Leukemia: Potential Application of Machine Learning
Journal of clinical medicine
Clinical application of virtual reality for upper limb motor rehabilitation in stroke: review of technologies and clinical evidence
Upper extremity functional evaluation by Fugl-Meyer assessment scoring using depth-sensing camera in hemiplegic stroke patients
Journal of neuropsychology
The effect of cognitive reappraisal on long‐term emotional experience and emotional memory
Effects of five daily high-frequency rTMS on Stroop task performance in aging individuals
Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience
Neurocognitive Effects of Preceding Facial Expressions on Perception of Subsequent Emotions
Neurocognitive mechanisms underlying improvement of prosocial responses by a novel implicit compassion promotion task.
Frontiers in Psychiatry
A combined approach of high-frequency rTMS and food-inhibition association training reduces chocolate snack consumption
Frontiers in psychology
Reappraisal modulates attentional bias to angry faces
European addiction research
Altered neural activity in the anterior and posterior insula in individuals with problematic Internet use