EDNA (Elements by Dynamic Neural Arts) is a therapy game designed to aid the rehabilitation of patients with acquired brain injuries.

The game is made up of a series of mini-games and puzzles where patients manipulate physical controller objects to interact with touch displays. This aids in redeveloping cognitive and motor functions.

My role is primarily as a designer, with a focus on accessibility; and as an artist, updating the existing art in preparation for commercial release.

You can read more about EDNA on Dynamic Neural Arts’ page.