Berkeley, CA, March 12, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- ArtOfMemory.com launches a Kickstarter campaign to bring ancient memory techniques into the modern age with innovative software that helps people learn more effectively.
Learn the same techniques memory champions use to do amazing mental feats, like memorizing a deck of shuffled cards in under 25 seconds, or tens of thousands of digits of pi.
Interactive tutorials guide you through the learning process and teach you how to apply them to practical, everyday things like remembering names, learning languages/vocabulary, studying for tests, preparing for meetings and interviews, and much more.
Click, drag, and drop to build and manage your knowledge through web-based memory journeys, also known as memory or mind palaces. Pre-built journeys on a variety of subjects, from the periodic table and history to anatomy and vocabulary, help you get started.
Train online with feedback and statistics for faster improvement. Compete against your friends with fun memory games, both with real information you are learning and memory competition events.
Parents can use this software to learn together with their kids in a way that is enjoyable for everyone. Language learners can memorize vocabulary more quickly. Teachers and tutors can build engaging study materials that make learning fun. The software can be used to learn just about anything, whether it’s beer styles, Scrabble words, business data, or poetry.
According to legend, a Greek poet named Simonides developed the memory palace technique over 2,500 years ago. More techniques were developed over the centuries and they were widely used in Europe through the Medieval and Renaissance periods. Together, these techniques are called the Art of Memory.
Nelson Dellis -- 4-time USA Memory Champion, Grandmaster of Memory, creator of the Extreme Memory Tournament, mountaineer, children's book author, founder of the Climb For Memory charity that raises awareness about Alzheimer's disease and funds for its research.
Simon Orton -- 4-time Australian Memory Champion, developer of the Extreme Memory Tournament software.
Josh Cohen -- Creator of the Mnemotechnics Forum and Memory Techniques Wiki. Over 12 years of experience launching and managing websites.
Terry Chen -- 12+ years building software products and teams for startups and Fortune 500 companies. Currently helps run Pivotal Labs in San Francisco.
Issa Cohen -- Educator, language learner.
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Kickstarter Page: http://artofmemory.com/kickstarter
Press Kit: http://artofmemory.com/press-kit
Art of Memory: http://artofmemory.com
About Art of Memory:
Our team has expertise in both memory techniques and building memory-related software. We have eight national memory titles combined. Our Art of Memory forum is the largest online community for memory techniques with over 12,000 members. We also created the software for the Extreme Memory Tournament (XMT), a digital memory competition in which the world's best memorizers compete for $75,000 in prize money.
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