Detect and track Dementia progression at home

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Introducing IRIS

Decode Behaviour

Using facial recognition, IRIS decodes and records the behaviour of those you care about the most.

Fully Autonomous

Simply set it up and forget it's there. It is a passive monitoring device which produces reports for you.

Your Virtual Eyes

Rest assured knowing someone is always looking after your relative. It works 24/7 and tracks emotions and movement.

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Early Intervention

Early Intervention

Discover and track early signs. Ensure your loved one deals with Dementia as best as possible.

Lifestyle Modification

Lifestyle Modification

Help your relative to improve the symptoms of Dementia. Focus on important changes and observe the results.

Personalised Insights

Personalised Insights

Access specific and useful reports, tailored for the person you care the most.

How it works

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Setup in 3 easy steps

Place the device on a wall. Then Register the device using your login details. Finally register the person you care about by taking a 30 second video of him or her.


Works passively and continously

The device observes only the person you are interested in. It detects and tracks emotional changes using facial recognition, around the clock. Everybody else is ignored!

Useful Information

Receive Information

Access information about the person you care from any device. Emotional changes are strong indicators of how Dementia is progressing. Simple graphs display when those changes are happening, their frequency and duration.

Really Serious About Security


Uber Private

No human ever sees your data. No video or images recorded. No 3rd party access. No sharing of information with anyone, ever!


Extra secure

Iris conforms to the strictest and most secure standards so that you have nothing to worry about.


Anonymous and Discrete

No real names used. No sensitive data is ever saved. Only you know who the person is, and only you have access to the reports.

Collaborating on Development and Testing with

Coventry University
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Beta access for end-users in 2019