Start-up MindMyths raising €500,000 to fund mental health app
The Sligo-based company was founded by Samaritans volunteer Mark Roddy
MindMyths, the virtual reality start-up that promotes positive mental health, is raising €500,000 to fund the development of its mindfulness software and target health services in Ireland and Britain.
The Sligo-based company, founded by Samaritans volunteer Mark Roddy, is partnering with the Limerick start-up Simvirtua to release a mindfulness health application for the Oculus Rift this summer.
The application it has designed and patented is a game-based learning environment, which combines virtual reality technologies with...
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