• Mobile Computing Cluster, IDI & The Geneva Centre for Autism

    DruMeBa Inc., in collaboration with the Mobile and Pervasive Computing Cluster, Inclusive Design Institute at the University of Toronto (MPCC IDI), and in association with the Geneva Centre for Autism, underwent a behavioural study of the technology-based assistive device DruMeBa. The purpose of the study was to further understand the challenges with social skills and communication behaviour, and test the effectiveness of the DruMeBa game system to assist the development of social, communication, and cognitive skills in children with an Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The study provided enjoyable learning through play that will service the educational and therapeutic needs of children with Autism.

  • George Brown College

    We are very happy to be working with the Department of Research and Innovation at George Brown College. George Brown is aiding in the iterative design and development of the Drumeba System. Our project is highly aligned with their strategic research focus on health, health promotion, and health technologies.

  • Beverly School (TDSB) and CFC Media Lab

    We were pleased to work with the Beverley School (within the Toronto District School Board) as part of our user-testing study for prototype development at the Canadian Film Centre Media Lab (CFC Media Lab). The Beverley School assisted in determining the needs, effects, and impact of DruMeBa within a school environment for students with ASD. We are please to have both Beverly School and CFC Media Lab continued support.