loopboost: a new open-source assistive-technology project
Today I started a new open-source project called loopboost. The goal is to develop technology to help persons who have difficulty with working memory and attentional control. This would include persons with attention deficit disorder and brain injury. The project site is loopboost.com. This project will build upon an idea that I developed about ten years ago, to develop an artificial phonological loop. The phonological loop is essentially the “inner voice” to keep ourselves focused and on-task. I won’t post everything from the loopboost site onto this one, but I will summarize progress and important project events here.
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