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MySpira is the world’s first augmented reality asthma training app for children (aged 6-13). It includes 8, fun modules (25 minutes to complete), that use augmented reality and gameplay to convey automated, accurate and engaging asthma healthcare information.

Innovations that change peoples lives

The app has been proven to be 70% more effective than leaflets in enabling patients to recall important self-care information. It focuses on improving inhaler technique, explaining the condition, outlining triggers and providing a digital asthma plan capability.

  • 93% of asthma sufferers use their metered dose inhalers incorrectly.
  • Where proper inhaler training has been put in place, emergency hospital admissions have been reduced by 50%.
  • Proper inhaler training reduces asthma deaths by 75%.

MySpira has won numerous awards and has even been featured on BBC Click

Key Features

  • Award winning AR experience available on most mobile devices bridging the gap between virtual and physical spaces
  • Uses gamification principles in teaching and behavioural change
  • A feedback loop the encourages learning and provides intrinsic and extrinsic rewards
  • Meet fun-loving characters in 3D create personalised asthma action plan
  • Asthma Trigger Tracker
  • Bonus AR game

Amen Warner Head of Clinical Services at Allergy UK

“21st-century children are digital natives, so it makes perfect sense to use technology as a mean of education and to engage them about their health. Technologies such as health app, wearables and connected devices have endless possibilities to transform and improve the management of asthma.”