Experiential Memory

Memory-boosting tools come in experiential game formats

Implications - Brands are aiming to enhance cognitive function and memory by giving consumers tech-driven, experiential platforms through which they're able to practice and improve their memory skills. These products cater both to consumers looking to enhance their health and wellness, while also being accessible for those losing memory functions due to illnesses like dementia.

Workshop Question - How could your brand prioritize experiential forms of interaction with its product/service?
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