Videopill

This is a basic pillar of the Yump methodology.

A Videopill is essentially a very short audiovisual sequence—five seconds to a minute long—that tells a story in a metaphor related to the goals the user is trying to reach. Each time he or she connects, the user is asked to provide a series of personal elements that are incorporated into the sequence in real time, creating an audiovisual that is truly personalized and high impact.

Yump has developed its own online, multi-device behavioral modification platform. The core of his platform is the Videopill.

Impact

A Videopill is a short audiovisual sequence—five seconds to one minute long—that works on a certain behavior the user would like to improve. Yump regularly solicits different types of personal information (images, sentences, audio recordings, etc.), which are incorporated into the sequence in real time based on a composition algorithm.

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Repetition

Users regularly traverse a series of virtual adventure settings (missions) with different levels and progress indicators. They will work with powerful personal beliefs that will allow them pursue and achieve their goals.

System

The Videopill is part of a comprehensive training system including a variety of games and activities, which allow users to change certain undesired behaviors and create positive new habits.

Yump Platform

The Yump platform: a gamified system
These Videopills are part of a complex system of interactive activities and personal challenges in a highly gamified context.

In the online platform, users traverse a series of virtual adventure settings, where they will face “mental parasites” that sabotage them and keep them from giving their best.

Through a series of missions with different levels and progress indicators, users unconsciously develop powerful personal beliefs that will make them more confident in themselves and enable them to fight for their goals to the very end.

Parts of the Yump motivation and goal achievement system and methodology are currently in the process of being patented in the United States, a process initiated by Yump International Inc., the company’s Delaware-based subsidiary.