Motus X R, LLC

Motus X R, LLC

MotusXR is an AI and analytics company initially focused on the diagnosis and tracking of Parkinson’s disease and other motion disorders using XR. Our machine-learning platform enables researchers and physicians to detect even sub-visible tremors in real-time and recreate them in AR/XR for remote monitoring for clinical trials and telemedicine. The platform is extensible to enable the addition of new modules that analyze and monitor different types of sensor data and conditions.
  • Came out of stealth in May - deals pending with big pharma and defense
  • Official Nominee Best Health and Wellness Tech for Dreamland XR at CES
  • Member of Oculus for Business 
  • Utilizing the power of technology from Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
  • Member of IVRHA

Company Information

Membership
XR Enterprise Program
Company type
Software Provider
Regions Served
AfricaAmericasAntarcticaAsiaEuropeOceania
Specialties
SensorAI / MLWearablesXR (VR / AR)
Industries Served
Education / TrainingEnterpriseHealthcareInternet of ThingsTelecommunications / Wireless

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