DRUID

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3.9
40 reviews
5K+
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Content rating
Teen
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About this app

DRUID is a test for personal and workplace use that measures impairment of cognitive and motor functions in 3 minutes.

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DRUID applies neuroscience research to bring you a sophisticated tool that measures performance impairment from any cause, including from cannabis, illicit or prescription drugs, alcohol, fatigue, illness, chronic condition or injury such as concussion. Currently available for all smart phones and tablets, DRUID operates like a video game but with each use records hundreds of neurophysiological indicators.

Are your employees fit for duty? A version of DRUID that includes management controls is also available for the workplace. Employees under the influence of alcohol or drugs have slower reflexes and impaired balance. Impaired physical coordination, mental acuity and decision-making results in inefficient or incompetent work, reducing productivity and exposing employees and co-workers to far greater risk of injury or even death.

For DRUID in the workplace, please contact: info@impairmentscience.com
Updated on
Nov 30, 2021

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3.9
40 reviews
Joe White
August 28, 2020
If you have any medical health issues which cause any shaking in the hand or shaking while standing up, this app is completely useless as it will always detect you are beyond the most severe impairment when you have no reason for impairment. Not useful for many people. Good idea, poor execution. Eye movement tracking would give much better results for certain circumstances.
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Baron J. Hamilton Jr
June 9, 2022
I am 57, and a tech geek. I don't think this is an accurate test for elderly people, my children can type many words a minute. I believe screen size and how much you text can really give different results I have a Z3 Fold. If you do several test at your sober level, use that as a baseline, then compare your own baseline to current results may be better for your self estimate and keep people from practicing to improving ones score. It would help me use the app more as tool.
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ones imus
December 17, 2020
i don't drink.... Much, but I do have a chronic health condition which produces impairment. Until now, and finding druid, there wasn't really any way of assessing the level of impairment. I'm finding it to be a useful tool in self-assessment. Do wish however, that the score would be broken down by the individual tests. Thank you.
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