DRUIDapp, Inc. employs cutting edge technology to educate users about their own level of impairment and provide a way to assess others’ impairment in safety-related positions–in order to enhance public health and safety.
This is the first direct impairment detector. Can save your life and the lives of others. Check your score before you “operate heavy machinery”!
Be safe and have fun
All that newly legal weed you r smoking isnt making u a better driver. Be safe use this app and dont drive impaired. Its fun anyway like a video game
Beyond drug and alcohol impairment
Current and future research will provide the means to use DRUID in other areas such as: sports – where concussion is a concern, senior care facilities- to track cognitive decline, pain management to calibrate optimal dosages, military fitness for duty & training limits and the effects of fatigue.
Founder Michael Milburn, a Professor of Psychology at the University of Massachusetts/Boston for almost 40 years, developed the DRUID app after listening to a story about marijuana legalization and the problem that there was no test for cannabis impairment. He believed that he could devise a test that would save lives by providing people with an quick test that would tell them how impaired they were, enabling people to make safer decisions.
The app was launched –10,000+ downloads Wired Magazine article published.
1.7MM SBLI Grant received- Funding for the Research to do more.
Behind The App
Michael Milburn, PhD
Murray Dalziel, PhD
Director of User Experience Design